Welcome to the Bugatti stand at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
It comes to something when a special issue Sheron and a Devon like the one over there are seen as the affordable options, but they've been rendered just that by this.
(inadubidle) Now this is a one off And it costs 11 million euros plus taxes.
They're only building one, it's an homage to the fourth Bugatti Atlantic Type 57, Bugatti Atlantic personally owned by John Bugatti who designed and engineered that car.
It's known as the Lost Bugatti or the Lost Plantique, because in the second world war it being shipped from Mooreshill bound to bordeaux but never arrived.
So this is the tribute to one of the most beautiful cars of all time.
Underneath the skin.
[UNKNOWN] See black carbon fibres were wonderfully.
Deep black is still the 8-liter W60 engine, now putting out 1,500 PS, which is 1,479 rate horsepower and 1,180 pounds per foot of torque.
No other details really other than that, but it's worth pointing out these wheels down here A sort of fibrous and natural somehow, they're quite incredible.
The overall look, not entirely sure.
We've obviously got the slightly smaller opening there, which mimics the Divo, rather than the big seed that we see on the standard [UNKNOWN].
We've got this dorsal line down here, which mimics the, pays tribute to the original Atlantic Around the back has a wonderful [UNKNOWN] and the six exhaust which again pay tribute to the original car.
There's something about this that's sort of, quite smushed the new toys of [UNKNOWN] There's a little bit of that about it.
Overall though it's just extraordinary.
The rumor is that the person who's bought it.
Or it will be.
Owning it is Ferdinand [UNKNOWN] none other than just a rumor.
This is a fantastic return to coach building Bugatti or just a slightly curious one off that really doesn't work.
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