The 2011 Bugatti Grand Sport comes with pretty much everything you can imagine ever wanting in a car of this magnitude. You get the standard safety features like front airbags and both traction and stability control but don't expect any side impact airbags here because they are not available. All of the interior appointments are top of the line and include supple leather and real aluminum accents. Once you climb into the cockpit you are going to know you were meant to be there and enjoy every minute of time spent inside. That is thanks in part to the form fitting seats and ergonomically correct positioning that seems like it was custom crafted just for you. There is a removable glass roof panel that can turn your Bugatti Grand Sport into a convertible within minutes. Of course you will want to leave that panel at home but just in case storm clouds approach while you are cruising around town there is a soft top right in the trunk that you can attach quite quickly should the need arise. Chances are you can outrun those clouds so you probably won't even have to use it after all. Whatever you do try to keep it under 90 mph because that is the top speed that the canvas top is rated for. Unfortunately you won't be able to cruise along at the top speed of the Bugatti Grand Sport, which is an awe-inspiring 253 mph with that fabric in place. Other features of the vehicle include 20 inch front wheels and 21 inch rear wheels and a rear spoiler to help keep everything firmly seated on the road.
You couldn't ask for much more power than what is found in the Bugatti Grand Sport. With 1001 horsepower you are pretty much covered in that realm. As mentioned earlier the top speed of this magnificent wonder is a whopping 253 mph which is obviously not possible to achieve on any public roads. Fortunately it handles quite well at lower speeds since designers understood this legal limitation. The automatic transmission provides seven speeds and steering wheel mounted paddle shifters so you can take control when you want to. Otherwise just let it do its own thing while you focus on the road ahead of you. Don't expect the car to win any awards when it comes to gas mileage because it only manages to squeak out around 7 miles in the city and 15 on the highway. I guess you can't really expect anything different from a behemoth like this. At least it gets better gas mileage than a motorhome! One thing to keep in mind is that you will probably wear through the carbon ceramic brakes rather quickly but they do offer some tremendous stopping power in case you get yourself into a pickle.