So before we know it, it will be 2010. All kinds of car models that we’ve gotten used to over the past year will change for better or worse. Not the Bugatti Veyron though. When we celebrate the new year the Bugatti will look just like the last one, but with one new option. That option would be the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport. That’s right if you fancy a topless supercar you can choose to opt for the removable tinted glass roof. I must warn everyone though that Bugatti has advised that you don’t go past 224mph while the roof is removed. I know right? That sucks, so when I’m on the express way with my Bugatti and the top down I won’t be able to do my commute at the usual 224mph. What a sacrifice.
Other than people being able to see you driving the fastest car in the world without a top, the status quo has remained. When you buy your Grand Sport you will be receiving the same brilliant look on the outside and the same quad turbocharged 1001bhp W-16 engine which is still very much capable of rocketing you to a blistering 253mph. I mean how much better can they really make it?
So one of the most advanced supercars in the world is now able to shed it’s glass roof. Sounds pretty great, topless summers are always fun. The only matter of business left is the price tag. Don’t worry, the coupe will have the same $1.85 million CAD price tag. Although to get your topless Veyron you’ll be shelling out a minor $2.2 million CAD therefore giving the Grand Sport, the highest price tag for a car.