More official pictures of the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sports open-top supercar have been released, to coincide with the start of production at the company's Molsheim factory in France.
The pictures were taken in locations including Napa Valley, Rome and Sardinia during the past 12 months.
The Grand Sport weighs just 53kg more than its coupe sister, and its carbonfibre monocoque has been redesigned and stiffened to offer equivalent crash protection to that offered by the hardtop car.
The removable roof panel is made from polycarbonate and is see-through, although to drive the car as a convertible it has to be left at home. However, the Grand Sport does come with a fabric ‘umbrella’ stored in the luggage space, which can be fitted to give temporary weather protection at up to 85mph.