The French have got it zooming in terms of making a mark in the motoring world. This can be seen in the popular and exclusive car manufacturing company of theirs, Automobiles E. Bugatti. Known for its very stylish (verging in high fashion) and very fast cars, the company is actually owned of an even larger car company, the Volkswagen Group.
This can be a blessing for car purists, for without the Volkswagen Group’s involvement, then the world may probably not see and experience the best designs found in cars. Concept wise and performance edged, this brand is sure to make heads turn.
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Through the years, Automobiles E. Bugatti has had several accomplishments:
Marque Level – citing the avant garde and diverse designs that this company has, it can be considered that cars from this brand are of a very high level. So important are these vehicles, that they can be considered as any car collectors’ dream. It’s a marque brand, yet of a very functional basis as well.
High Level of Design – Automobiles E. Bugatti’s models take design as the topmost priority upon creating a car. The model has to stand out, be entirely different from the rest of machines found on the road. Such is the importance of this priority, that almost every model is made out of hand, to give emphasis to detail and performance.
Race – cars from this brand do not only look stunning. In fact, they’re one of the fastest in the world. The company has enjoyed winning some of the most important races in the world (Le Mans as the most remembered victory). One of the company’s models, the Type 35, has actually been awarded the most successful racing car of all time title, a feat yet to be defeated.
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The Bugatti Chiron is a sports car developed and designed by Volkswagen and was assembled in Molsheim, France. It was first released in 2016 at the Geneva Motor Show. Its name came from Louis Chiron, a Monegasque driver.
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Created in honor of an engineer and test/race driver who overcame the 1939 24 hours Le Mans, the Bugatti Veyron is truly a car that offers high-performance and luxurious driving experiences!
Developed from scratch, the Bugatti Veyron is marketed as a supercar for daily use. And it doesn’t fail at that – its powerful W16 engine provides the heart and soul of the vehicle, which, when combined with the technological wonders of the car’s part, can be a beast to be tamed!
Because the Interiors Matter
The Bugatti Veyron, taking every single detail as priority, made sure to assemble a team of both engineers and designers to create the car’s interiors. As such, drivers and passengers are in for a treat – simply being in the car will allow one to be amazed with the details ingrained with the design!
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Perhaps one of the rarest supercars ever built, the Bugatti EB 110 is a vehicle of a legendary caliber.
Created to Be a Legend
Romana Artioli, who at one time owned Bugatti, pursued to create a vehicle worthy of the car company’s reputation. Featuring an Italian touch, the Bugatti EB 110 was the only model released under the said owner’s tenureship. With the limited production (and high-performance qualities attached to the vehicle), the Bugatti EB 110, in turn, was created to be a legend on its own.
A Collector’s Favorite
Because of the limited production, it should come at no surprise that the Bugatti EB 110 is a vehicle that remains to be a hardcore motoring collector’s favorite. Coupled with the car’s unique design and high-performance qualities, this is a vehicle that will stand the test of time.
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Other Bugatti Models
- Bugatti Veyron EB16.4
- Bugatti Type 41 Royale
- Bugatti Type 18 Garros
- Bugatti Type 35
Here are some of Automobiles E. Bugatti’s list of Prototypes car models:
- 1900–1901 Bugatti Type 2
- Bugatti Type 56 (electric car)
- 1943/1947 Bugatti Type 73C
- 1939 Bugatti Type 64 (coupe)
- 1929–1930 Bugatti Type 45/47
- 1925 Bugatti Type 36
- 1908 Bugatti Type 10 «Petit Pur Sang»
- 1903 Bugatti Type 5
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Here are some of Automobiles E. Bugatti’s list of racing car models:
- 1910–1914 Bugatti Type 13/Type 15/17/22
- 1955–1956 Bugatti Type 251
- 1937–1939 Bugatti Type 50B
- 1936–1939 Bugatti Type 57G “Tank”
- 1931–1936 Bugatti Type 53
- 1931–1936 Bugatti Type 51/51A/54GP/59
- 1927–1930 Bugatti Type 52 (electric racer for children)
- 1924–1930 Bugatti Type 35/35A/35B/35T/35C/37/39 «Grand Prix»
- 1923 Type Bugatti 32 «Tank»
- 1922–1926 Bugatti Type 29 «Cigare»
- 1912 Bugatti Type 16 «Bébé»
Here are some of Automobiles E. Bugatti’s list of road car models:
- 1910 Bugatti Type 13
- 1957–1962 Bugatti Type 252 (2-seater sports convertible)
- 1951–1956 Bugatti Type 101 (coupe)
- 1934–1940 Bugatti Type 57/57S/Type 57SC (touring car)
- 1932–1935 Bugatti Type 55 (roadster)
- 1929–1939 Bugatti Type 46/50/50T (touring car)
- 1927–1933 Bugatti Type 41 «Royale»
- 1922–1934 Bugatti Type 30/38/40/43/44/49 (touring car)
- 1913–1914 Bugatti Type 23/Brescia Tourer (roadster)
- 1912–1914 Bugatti Type 18
Uncategorized Bugatti models:
- Bugatti Type 32
- Bugatti Type 37
- Bugatti Type 57S Atalante number 57502
- Bugatti EB118
- Bugatti Type 40
- Bugatti Royale
- Bugatti Type 50
- Bugatti 18/3 Chiron
- Bugatti Type 43
- Bugatti Type 44
- Bugatti Type 39
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