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The Top Ten Best Bugatti Cars
They are nice cars - GatorBoy
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Love the car extemely expensive because its truly hand built half aeroplane half car the car uses aeroplane parts love the eb badge also
Instead of writing something about the legendary Veyron I prefer to mention a few things about the manufacturer.
Ettore Arco Isidoro Bugatti (1881-1947) was an Italian-born French automobile designer and engineer. He is remembered as the founder and proprietor of the automobile manufacturing company Automobiles E. Bugatti.
In 1898, the young Ettore constructed his first car with Prinetti & Stucchi. With financial support from his father, Ettore Bugatti developed a second prototype which was a prize-winning exhibit at the Milan Trade Fair in the Spring of 1901. After working in De Dietrich and Deutz companies, Bugatti established his eponymous automobile company, Automobiles E. Bugatti, in 1909 in the now French town of Molsheim. Automobiles E. Bugatti was known for some of the fastest, most luxurious, and technologically advanced road cars of its day. Exceptional engineering led to success in early Grand Prix motor racing, a Bugatti being driven to victory in the first Monaco ...more
The car of the rennaisance of the brand.
The Bugatti EB110 is one of the greatest supercars ever built, and a very fast testament to Italian engineering and design. The TWR-built Jaguar XJ220 may combine beauty and rawness, the McLaren F1 may be the best car in the world to do it all, but when the EB110 came out, neither Ferrari or Lamborghini had anything on this new Bugatti. And according to its creator Romano Artioli, that's the reason they got sabotaged.
Having started with a clean sheet, pretty much every component of the EB110 was self-developed, or at least brand new. The 3.5-liter, five-valve quad-turbo V12 engine was Bugatti's own, along with the six-speed gearbox. Buyers got 560 horsepower and 8500 revs, or more.
342 km/h (213 mph) top speed, design by Marcello Gandini and Giampaolo Benedini.
The Super Sport edition has 54 more horses and the top speed increased to 355 km/h (221 mph).
The Bugatti Type 252 is a one-off sports car developed by Bugatti between 1957 and 1962. However the Bugatti Type 252 never went beyond the prototype stage. The car now resides in the Cité de l’Automobile museum in Mulhouse, France.
Type 252 was the last car proposed by the historic Bugatti brand before it was sold to Hispano-Suiza in 1963. The Bugatti Type 252 is the result of a mid-size sports car study conducted by Roland Bugatti and was designed by Giovanni Michelotti. It was reportedly pitched to multiple different investors but never was funded and remained a one-off. It is powered by a 1.5 L inline 4 engine.
The best Bugatti ever created
The Bugatti Type 57 and later variants (including the famous Atlantic and Atalante) was an entirely new design created by Jean Bugatti, son of founder Ettore. Type 57s were built from 1934 through 1940, with a total of 710 examples produced.
The original Type 57 was a touring car model using the 3.3 L engine from the Type 59 Grand Prix cars, producing 135 hp (100 kW). Top speed was 153 km/h (95 mph).
The "tuned" Type 57T pushed the performance of the basic Type 57. It was capable of reaching 185 kilometres per hour (115 mph).
A Type 57C racing car was built from 1937 through 1940, with about 96 produced.
The 2nd incarnation Tank, this time based on the Type 57C, won Le Mans again in 1939. Unfortunately, Jean Bugatti crashed the car and died at age of 30.
This car was first produced in 1935 by the Ettore and his son Jean (two cars built). After the WWII and the death of both two, the car was re-produced (six cars in 1951-1952 and one more in 1965).
A four-door soon cabriolet or a two-door coupé-roadsterA, the Type 101 used a 3.3 L engine with 135 or 190 hp (with supercharger).
Of the cars produced, six Type 101 chassis were built after an initial converted Type 57 chassis prototype and at least two more Type 57s were also converted to Type 101 specifications, making a total of nine Type 101 cars produced.
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport is a faster, more powerful version of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4. Production was limited to 30 units.
The Super Sport has increased engine power output of 1,200 PS (883 kW; 1,184 hp) at 6,400 rpm and a maximum torque of 1,500 N/m (1,106 lb/ft) at 3,000-5,000 rpm and a revised aerodynamic package.
The Super Sport has a 431.072 km/h (267.856 mph) top speed, making it the fastest production road car in the world at the time of its introduction (2010), although it is electronically limited to 415 km/h (258 mph) to protect the tyres from disintegrating.
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport World Record Edition is a version of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport. It is limited to 5 units. It has an orange body detailing, orange wheels, and a special black exposed carbon body. The electronic limiter is also removed with this version.
I have one it is super nice and good
My dream car any day
Most beautiful car and fastest ever
Obviously - IIBK
The Type 41 Royale is in the top ten.
The greatest car is in the mind of those who know...
The Type 41 Royale was Ettore Bugatti’s most luxurious and extreme car. It was designed for heads of state and massive chauffeur-driven bodies. Thus, it was the largest Bugatti both in length and engine displacement.
It was also Bugatti’s most exclusive model. Only six were ever manufactured and each had considerable presence due to their massive and distinct bodies.
Powering the Royale was a 12.7-liter, straight-8 engine that produced 300 bhp. This was enough power to haul a 7000 lb limousine or whatever body that was affixed to it.
This exclusivity has made these cars the most desirable in the world. Even when new, a Royale with a roadster body by Weinberger was 43,000 USD.
Total production of the Type 41 is still up for debate since we have 6 original cars, 11 total bodies and and a crashed prototype. Of the cars manufactured, only three went to actual owners.
The Kellener-bodied Royale, 100141, still holds the world record for fetching 8,700,000 USD at ...more
The Bugatti EB 112 4-door fastback saloon is the stillborn concept car presented by Bugatti Automobile S.p.A. in 1993. Giorgetto Giugiaro of ItalDesign designed the EB 112.The EB 112 features a 450 hp V12 engine and permanent four-wheel drive.
Unfortunately due to the company's bankruptcy in 1995, the production-ready car was never officially released to the public, and the 4-door Bugatti concept remains a stillborn project.
Limited edition (40 cars).
'Only' 5.8 million USD.
Just thought I'd add the latest model. - Cyri
The car is named after French racing driver Albert Divo, who raced for Bugatti in the 1920s winning the Targa Florio race twice.
The car is related to Chiron but it's 35 kg (77lb) lighter. The engine is the same with Chiron (8.0 L, 1,500 PS), so as a result faster (8.0 seconds than the Chiron around the Nardò test track according to the manufacturer). Although this, top speed is limited like in Chiron.
Bugatti's CEO Stephan Winkelmann, has stated that the company is not interested in a top speed run with Chiron (2018-12-06).
What about a top speed run with Divo?
As happened with the previous models, Bugatti presented the Sport edition of Chiron at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.
Mechanically, the car is identical to its regular counterpart generating 1,500 PS (1,479 hp, 1,103 kW) from a quad-turbocharged W16 engine of 8.0 L, but is 18 kg (40 lb) lighter due to the extensive use of carbon fibre and utilises a stiffer suspension in order to increase the cornering ability of the car while maintaining its grand touring characteristics. The steering wheel of the car has also received modifications along with the introduction of a torque vectoring system to control the power sent to each wheel of the car.
The Chiron Sport became available in late 2018 priced 3,400,000 USD.
The La Voiture Noire is a one-off special introduced at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. Based on the Chiron, the design is a celebration of the company's distinctive history.
The supercar boasts a 16-cylinder engine housed inside a sculptural body crafted from carbon fibre, with an extended front and the signature Bugatti C-line that separates the driver and passenger seats. "Every single component has been handcrafted and the carbon fibre body has a deep black gloss only interrupted by the ultra-fine fibre structure. This is a material that has been handled perfectly," said designer Etienne Salomé.
The car is a modern interpretation of the classic Bugatti Type 57, designed by founder Ettore Bugatti's son, Jean, in the 1930s and 40s. Visually, however, it bears a closer resemblance to the Bugatti Chiron hypercar.
While the final price hasn't been confirmed, Bugatti disclosed that the car was bought for €11 million (12.5 million USD) before tax – estimated at €16.7 million ...more
Introduced in February 2019, the 110 Ans Bugatti is a limited edition variant of the Chiron Sport developed to celebrate 110 years of Bugatti. The car features carbon fibre body work finished in matte Steel Blue exterior colour. The body is also accented with Steel Blue bare carbon fibre. The exhaust system of the car is finished in matte black colour and features four outlets instead of the standard car's dual outlets.
Production will be limited to 20 units.
Price : 4 million USD.
This is one of the most iconic Bugatti cars, variant of the Type 57 serie.
The "S" stood for "Surbaissé" ("Lowered") and the "C" for "Compresseur" (a supercharger introduced by Bugatti as a result of customers' desire for increased power). The Type 57 Atlantic body featured flowing coupé lines. It was based on the 1935 Aérolithe concept car.
The production Atlantics, just four built, used plain aluminum, but the dorsal seams were retained for style and have led to the car's present fame. The engine of the car is a 3.3 L of 200 hp and a top speed of 190 km/h (120 mph).
Three of the original four Atlantic units are known to survive and each has been restored to its former glory.
The first of the cars (1936 Bugatti Type 57 S-C Aéro Coupé Chassis No. 57374) was first sold to Victor Rothschild, 3rd Baron Rothschild. In 2010, this car was sold to a collector (P. Mullin) for 30 million USD.
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse is a targa top version of the Veyron Super Sport. The engine in the Vitesse variant has a maximum power output of 1,200 PS (880 kW, 1,200 bhp) at 6,400 rpm.
It is the the fastest open-top production sports car, with a top speed of 408.84 km/h (254.04 mph).
The Bugatti EB 218 4-door sedan is the second concept car presented by Bugatti under ownership of the Volkswagen Auto Group. The EB 218 was designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro, who also designed the EB 112, the car's predecessor and the EB 118, the car's 2-door variant.The EB 218 can be considered as an update of the EB 112, the 1993 Bugatti Automobili SpA concept. The EB 218 features Volkswagen's unconventional W18 engine and permanent four-wheel drive.
The EB 218's total length is 5,385 mm (212.0 in), longer 0,315 mm than the EB 112.
The EB 218 draws inspiration from the classic Bugatti Type 101 Berline Tourisme.
The car was never released to the public.