Well, it didn’t take long for a speculative rendering of what the drop-top Bugatti Chiron Grand Sport may look like to hit the web after the hyper car’s debut at the Geneva Motor Show. This helps if you were wondering whether you should order the hardtop Chiron or wait for the roadster version.
Mind you, that is only a problem if you have 2.4 million Euros lying around, because that is what a Chiron coupe costs. The convertible Bugatti Chiron Grand Sport will probably cost a little bit more, and it’s going to be a little bit slower, what with it being roofless and all. We reckon instead of 420 km/h you’ll get 410 out of the GS at best.
That is hardly a deal breaker, of course, and at the end of the day it comes down to which body style you like better. The rendering you see here does give an idea what the Grand Sport Chiron may look like, but it doesn’t tell the whole story. The Chiron has a unique roof design that is part of the interior design. Chopping that thing off probably requires heavy modifications of the mid-section of the car.
What you can be sure of is that Bugatti Chiron Grand Sport will get the same 1,500 horsepower W16 quad turbo engine as the coupe mated to the new dual-clutch transmission.
Rendering by X-Tomi Design