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Type 57SC Atlantic

Type 57SC Atlantic (France, 1935)

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Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic
basic info
spec rating
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Engine
Straight 8
Type
Fixed-head coupé
Displacement
199 cu in
Doors
2
Maximum torque
--
Seats
2
Wheel Drive
Rear wheel drive
Luggage Space
--
Transmission
4, Manual
Fuel
Petrol
Power-to-weight
135.48 hp/ton
Kerb weight
3417 lb
safety rating:
NCAP
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fuel efficiency
--
CO2 emissions
--
Displacement
199 cu in
max power
210 hp
acceleration 0-100 km/h
10s
top speed
130 mph
price
--
loan
--
ownership cost:
annual
$ 1.042
insurance
$ 1.042
Fuel
--
service
--
tyres
--
about this car

The Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic was designed by Ettore Bugatti's son, Jean Bugatti. Only four Atlantics were produced.

Considered one of the most beautiful designs of pre-war cars as well as one of the most valuable, the Atlantic sports flowing lines and a very distinctive dorsal seam that extends from the front to the back. This design was inspired by the 1935 "Aérolithe" concept car unveiled at the 1935 Paris Motor Show.

Out of the four Atlantics that were produced by Bugatti only two of them survived intact. The first is now part of Ralph Lauren's personal collection and the second was sold in auction in May 2010 for a reported $30 to $40 million to the Mullin Automotive Museum in California. Prior to the 2010 auction, this Atlantic with chassis number 57374 was owned by Victor, Lord of Rothschild until 1941 when it was sold. In 1971 it was sold in auction in Los Angeles to Bugatti collector and President of the America...


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