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Bugatti is a French car that is featured in Gran 5 .


History Edit

history stretches back to when Italian founder Bugatti produced the Type 13, one of the worlds first 4-valve The 300 kg Type 13 was capable of 30BHP, it one of the fastest cars in the world at the The car went on to take second at the 1911 French Grand at Le Mans. Over the next 40 Bugatti followed up on this success with numerous and race cars including the Tourer, Type 50T and Type 101 cars, and Type 35 and electric 52 race cars.

Bugatti’s racing pedigree was with 24 Grand Prix 5 Targa Florio Endurance wins, and 2 Le Mans 24 Hours between 1921 and 1939.


When Ettore died in 1947, the Bugatti began to fall into Production of all vehicles was halted in the despite the best efforts of Bugatti, son of founder Ettore, who the Bugatti Type 251, a straight-8 powered racing car was entered in the 1956 French Prix. The car, however, was and retired on lap 19.

Bugatti never raced in One again.

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Revival Edit

In the Bugatti name was acquired by entrepreneur Romano Artioli, and it created the brand Bugatti SpA. The new company, based Modena, Italy, began of the EB110 GT, advertised as the most advanced sports car ever Initial projections were for this new sports car, but by the it came to market, the worldwide was in recession, and the car vastly underacheived these projections.

This shortfall caused financial difficulty for the company, who production once again in

Volkswagen Purchase, and the Veyron

In 1998, rights to the Bugatti were purchased by Volkswagen AG. The new wanted to make the most of the badge, and quickly produced the EB118 concept, a touring with a 547BHP W16 engine, was unveiled at the Paris Auto The following year saw the creation of the and 18/3 Chiron. In 2005, unveiled their most project to date: an 8.0L W16 hypercar capable of producing (986BHP).

The car was named the Veyron after Veyron, one of Bugatti’s Le Mans drivers from 1939. The was, at the time, the fastest production car in the world, with a top of 408.47 km/h (253.81 This record has since been superceded by the Veyron a hypercar based on the Veyron, but 1,200PS (1,184BHP).

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