Bugatti is a French luxury boutique carmaker that specializes in supercars. Part of Volkswagen AG, Bugatti was relaunched in 1998 after the original company, Automobiles Ettore Bugatti, went bankrupt in the 1950s.
Prior to WW2, Bugatti was the choice of European aristocrats. Ettore Bugatti, an Italian entrepreneur that opened his company in the German Empire prior to WWI, eventually saw his company became French, then German, and French again as Alsace changed hands between the two European rivals. The height of Bugatti was during the period between the wars. Some of the most iconic models include the Type 35 Grand Prix, Type 57, and the Type 41 Royale.
The company suffered from difficulties in the European economy following the war as well as punitive tax regimes in France that discouraged cars of the caliber that Bugatti specialized in.
In the 1980s and 1990s, an Italian entrepreneur relaunched the brand with the EB110. The vehicle was certainly worthy of the Bugatti name, though the company experienced financial difficulties.
In 1998, VAG purchased the brand name. It has launched two model generations, the Veyron in 2005 and the Chiron in 2016.
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Bugatti Divo Sports Car (2018-2021)
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Bugatti Divo is a luxury supercar / hyper car in production from 2018 to 2021. It was available with a single W16 engine that displaced 8.0 liters. Essentially a track-focus Bugatti Chiron, the Divo has the same drivetrain but is made lighter with a mo...
Bugatti Chiron Sports Car (2016-2022)
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Bugatti Chiron is an ultra-exclusive supercar / hyper car in production from 2016 to 2022. It was available with several tunes of VW's quad-turbo W16 engine that displaced 8.0 liters. A 7-speed DCT and AWD are standard on this vehicle. Compared to ...
Bugatti Veyron Targa (2009-2015)
Bugatti Veyron Targa is a high-performance luxury convertible supercar in production from 2009 to 2015. It was available with two tunes of VAG's unique quad-turbocharged W16 engine that displaced 8.0 liters. Based on the base Veyron, the 16.4 Gran...
Bugatti Veyron Sports Car (2005-2011)
Bugatti Veyron Coupe is a luxury mid-size supercar in production from 2005 to 2011. It was powered by a single quad-turbocharged W16 engine that displaced 8.0 liters paired to a 7-speed DCT that sends power to all four wheels. The poster child of "...
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