Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport: A Targa For The Rest Of Us... With A Few Extra Million To Spend

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The open-topped Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport has officially been set loose on the world in pictures ahead of its planned Pebble Beach Concours D'Elegance reveal in only a few weeks (chumps, don't they know the world will be watching the Woodward Dream Cruise that weekend?). According to Bugatti, the company busily trying to make the multi-variation Veyron the Ford Mustang of supercars, no sacrifice has been spared to get the sun shining in. We're told Bugatti's used a number of innovative reinforcement strategies to keep the car as stiff and safe as the original. We'll take two.

[WorldCarFans]

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Nice, but what Bugatti needs is to branch out a bit more with their model line...develop a true car for the masses, to answer demand for more efficient cars. I'm thinking a Nano-type model, but obviously more class (that is to say, some class.) By doing so, Bugatti can claim selling one of the most expensive cars alongside one of the least expensive, but both will be backed by that great engineering...a model line that represents the (alleged) growing rich-poor disparity in society.

And this compact everyman's Bugatti shall be called the 4/1 ConstanTINI, (after Bartolomeo Costantini, winner of the '25 Targa Florio.)