At the Salon de Paris in 1935, Jean Bugatti, veritable genius creator of the marque's most beautiful cars such as the mythical "Esders" Roadster on the Royale chassis, and the famous Type 55 Roadster, presented a two-seater coupé baptised "Atalante".

The Atalante body was built onto the standard Type 57 chassis as well as onto the rarer short wheelbase, lowered suspension Type 57s, with or without supercharger. Exceptionally elegant and built in very small numbers by Bugatti, the Atalante 57s will for future generations always be a car that is as exclusive as it is refined.

And it is this version, the almost mythical 57s, that De La Chapelle wished to revive, recreating this nostalgic automobile redolent of all the elegance and charm of the 30s and always respecting the traditions and spirit of Bugatti.