Caption: Bugatti Type 57 'Atalante' - first unveiled at the 1933 Paris Automobile Exhibition. Variations of the Bugatti Type 57 won the Le Mans 24-hour race in 1937 and 1939. The two-seater coupé shown here, with its twin-tone paintwork, is called the 'Atalante' and was the sportiest of the five different body styles supplied from the Bugatti works. This coupé also features what is known as the 'Toit ouvant' – rolling roof in English – which can simply be slid backwards to open. Only 34 vehicles were given the Atalante body.