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Geneva 2010: Bugatti Grand Sport bares its carbon fiber


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Filed under: Coupe, Performance, Geneva Motor Show, Bugatti

Bugatti Grand Sport in carbon fiber - Click above for high-res image gallery

Over the past few years Bugatti has released numerous versions of its Veyron supercar, but the Grand Sport model hasn't been out enough to get too many variations. Bugatti released the Sang Bleu version this past summer in Monterey, but that's about it. In addition to the the pair of Grand Sports we drove, those are the only color combinations we've seen for the drop-top Bugatti.

That is, of course, until we hit the show floor here in Geneva. Bugatti has brought out a brand new Grand Sport finished in carbon fiber covered in clearcoat and polished aluminum. Other than the wheels, which we're not huge fans of, the car is completely stunning to look at. If we somehow had the cash to buy and maintain a Bugatti, the carbon fiber finish would be the first option we would check off. You can see all of our live photos of the car in the high-res gallery below. And try to keep the drool from puddling on your keyboard.

Photos by Drew Phillips / Copyright ©2010 Weblogs, Inc.

Geneva 2010: Bugatti Grand Sport bares its carbon fiber originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 02 Mar 2010 14:10:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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