Warning: what you are about to see are not some bored teenager’s bedroom renderings. They’re not fantastical photoshop trickery made of fairy dust and dreams, either. These are actual Bugatti concept cars that its design team poured blood, sweat, money and business cases into making happen, but which – for various reasons – never came to fruition.
There are three cars to feast on; the super-exclusive near-1500bhp, front-engined W16 GT “Rembrandt” concept that’d sit above the Chiron in the Bugatti pecking order, 2015’s Atlantic show car that’d see the niche manufacturer enter a volume market, and the Veyron Barchetta – a Veyron speedster that predated the chop-tops that are currently in vogue by nearly 12 years. So click on for more info on each one. Then let us know which one should’ve been made below. Our answer is simple: all of them.