The driver was challenged to launch into a controlled four-wheel-drift, tracing a perfect arc that would form the famous Bugatti C-line.
Which would you pick from this lineup if it could only be one?
Limited to just 330 copies, the book will be as rare as its subject matter.
Bugatti’s mighty W16 engine is bowing out with a 420 km/h (261 mph) drop-top hypercar.
The cars sold for around £3.1 million (approx. R63 million) apiece and feature exposed carbon fibre bodywork with orange accents.
The last open-top Bugatti was the Veyron Grand Sport and Grand Sport Vitesse which was revealed way back in 2006.
The sculpture is being handmade in Asprey’s London workshop over the course of four months by master silversmiths.
The owner of this first unit also owns an EB110 finished in the same iconic colours.
The listing states that it is brand new and includes the front lip, both fenders and the hood.
This is the first time we have heard the Bolide exhaust system and you will not be disappointed.