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Although the Bugatti name is owned by German auto company Volkswagen Group, it once was a French auto manufacturer that was established by an Italian man named Ettore Bugatti. To be fair, the Bugatti company can claim its roots in many different countries, but no one really cares about its history when he/she is able to actually see a sporty, sleek Bugatti first hand. Although Bugatti is known for its coupe models, its tarragon top convertible is certainly make quite a splash in the automotiv... (full review continues below)

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Bugatti Grand Sport

Bugatti Grand Sport
Year
2011
MSRP
$1,700,000
Fuel Economy
13 City / 17 Highway
Engine
8.0L W16
Seats
2
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Bugatti Convertible Reviews

Although the Bugatti name is owned by German auto company Volkswagen Group, it once was a French auto manufacturer that was established by an Italian man named Ettore Bugatti. To be fair, the Bugatti company can claim its roots in many different countries, but no one really cares about its history when he/she is able to actually see a sporty, sleek Bugatti first hand. Although Bugatti is known for its coupe models, its tarragon top convertible is certainly make quite a splash in the automotive world.

The most recent Bugatti convertible is the Bugatti Veyron, which was produced in 2006 and 2007 at around $1,400,000, in 2008 at a slightly higher MSRP of $1,500,000, in 2009 with a base MSRP of $1,700,000-$1,990,000 and in 2011 with an MSRP range of $2,250,880-$2,250,880. The Buggati Veyron was also sold in 2005. The production of the Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 spanned from 2005-2011 (which has been announced as its last model year). The production of the Grand Sport spans from 2008-present, and production of the Super Sport spans from 2010-present. The standard Veyron is a 2-door coupe/touring car, but the targa top is considered the brand's convertible model, though it's more like a semi-convertible with its roll bar behind the front seats and removable roof. In fact, it could even be considered Bugatti's only convertible model to be ever be created.

The 2011 Bugatti Veyron convertible is one of the most exotic supercars in the world, and the 2012 was updated to have sportier features than the previous Veyron model. The targa top version of the Veyron was first unveiled in 2008, and its production began in 2009. It has two removable tops (one of which is an umbrella-inspired temporary roof) and well-constructed reinforcements so that drivers can feel safe, even with the top missing. The Veyron convertible reaches the same speeds as the coupe version, but with the secondary roof in place, it can only get up to 81 mph. An AWD drivetrain comes standard (as is usual in the Veyron models), and the convertible offers seating for two passengers. Cargo measures at 1.3 cubic feet, and the vehicle gets 7 mpg in the city and 15 on the highway. All Veyron models include standard AWD and a longitudinal mid-engine and a 36k mile Bugatti warranty.

Standard features for the 2011 Bugatti Veyron include a navigation system, a Puccini audio system, and heated, carbon fiber sport seats. Paint colors are available in several variations, included two-toned choices Horsepower comes in at an amazing 1,2000. Also new for this model year are NACA ducts and an extended rearward roof (to better cover the new engine). There is also a new front fascia with bigger openings and a new lower opening that extends around the sides of the vehicle to the wheel arch, a new suspension with revised springs, shock absorbers, and anti-roll bars, and a new double diffuser. Safety features include anti-lock brakes, front-impact airbags, stability control, and an advanced anti-theft system. Bugatti has said it will only produce 300 Veyron models.