Bugatti Chiron From A to Z

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420km/h. c$4million. The son of Veyron is – should be – outstanding, but while the Chiron is far from ordinary, does it have the shock and awe of its predecessor? Put your seatbelt and let’s take a ride on “the Alphabet Highway” checking out the qualities of Veyron’s offspring: Active aero When completely retracted, the … [Read more…]

Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport

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The Veyron is quite simply the greatest car ever made. This isn’t just the fastest production car in the world, it’s a technological tour de force that defies physics, gravity, and common sense.

Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 – 2005

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You know what they say — it’s a tough job, but someone has to do it. When it comes to hanging tough as the world’s fastest production car the Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4 happily volunteers, knowing it will be rewarded by being one of the world’s most expensive cars. As with Bentley, Volkswagen has provided … [Read more…]

Bugatti EB110 – 1991

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Entrepreneur Romano Artioli acquired Bugatti rights in 1987 and set about resurrecting the iconic French marque by building expensive supercars that paid homage to the most famous of motoring names. An architect-designed factory arose near Modena, in an area already populated by the likes of Ferrari, Maserati and De Tomaso, and the great adventure was … [Read more…]

Bugatti Type 57 – 1934

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This superb series was the first (and last) fruit of Bugatti’s decision to design a single chassis suitable for every body type, where previously there had been separate options for different styles of coach work. As a result, the Type 57 was fitted with a variety of bodies, though the factory only offered four options, … [Read more…]

Bugatti Type 55 – 1932

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These fabulous machines are rare as hen’s teeth, so would-be pilots can only dream of taking to the road in one – but what a dream. Only 38 supercharged Bugatti Type 55s were ever made, over half of those in the launch year, 1932.