The Bugatti Atlantic Concept is a CSR2 “The Art of Elegance” Event Car of Season 137. The Bugatti is not one of the fastest Cars in Tier 5
Bugatti Atlantic Concept Specifications
The real Atlantic Concept
Few people know the secret of the Bugatti Atlantic. Apart from being named after the Type 57 SC Atlantic from the 1930s, it was intended to be sold alongside the Veyron and the Chiron as the “entry-level” Bugatti GT.
Certainly, it’s fair to say that the ultra-exclusive La Voiture Noire is the true spiritual successor to the Type 57 SC, especially with its bold centerline running from hood to trunk – a clear nod to the original model’s riveted construction – With a base price of 16.7 million euros (or about $18.3 million), it’s hard to deny the lineage behind the La Voiture Noire’s design inspiration.
In fact, the Bugatti Atlantic should be the true heir to Jean Bugatti’s ultra-limited masterpiece. In fact, only four examples of the Type 57 SC Atlantic were produced between 1936 and 1938, and that explains why all three surviving examples are more valuable than diamonds and gold.
The last remaining example is still lost at the time of writing and is considered the most valuable piece from Bugatti’s history. At the time, the Bugatti Type 57 SC Atlantic was considered the most beautiful and fastest car in the world. Basically, it’s a supercar from the 1930s that was way ahead of its time. And if the elusive fourth Atlantic model is found, it could easily fetch over $113 million at auction.
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The CSR2 Bugatti Atlantic Concept
The 5 purple star Atlantic can fit 135 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Bugatti should run 7.086s. To sum up, the Bugatti Atlantic is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.
Bugatti Atlantic Concept tune and shift pattern
|Bugatti Atlantic Concept
|188 / 4.0
|2 / 98
|Wining shift pattern
|Perfect start, deep good 2nd and NOS, rest deep good or early perfect shifts