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Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo Officially Unveiled


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This is it: Bugatti has lifted the veils off its Vision Gran Turismo virtual racer, which will be showcased in Frankfurt as a full-scale show car.

Bugatti Teases Its GT Vision Model Again


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As we’re getting closer to the unveiling of the #imaginEBugatti GT Vision at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the exotic car manufacturer is killing us with its teasers.

Report Says Bugatti Chiron Will Appear In Geneva Sporting A $2.4 Million Price Tag


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Every possible discussion that uses numbers to summarize Bugatti’s upcoming hypercar is bound to blow your mind away.

Chris Harris Reminds Us Of How Special Bugatti's EB110 SS Really Was


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There are unicorns and then there are unicorns, as this video perfectly portrays just how special the Bugatti EB110 SS really is.

Watch 1200Hp Nissan GT-R Alpha 12 Drag Race A Veyron Vitesse


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It’s all about brute force folks.

Bugatti Drops New Teaser Photo Of Its Vision Gran Turismo Virtual Racer


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Bugatti continues to tease us with its Vision Gran Turismo virtual racecar, which will be available for download in the Gran Turismo 6 video game.

Veyron Successor Will Be Faster, Bugatti To Stay Away From SUVs, Sedans


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Bugatti’s boss Wolfgang Dürheimer said the brand has no plans to build SUVs or four-door sedans in the future. In an interview with Car&Driver, the executive said these models are not fit for Bugatti.

Bugatti Previews Vision Gran Turismo Virtual Concept Ahead Of Frankfurt Debut


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Although we hoped Bugatti’s teaser video would be about the Veyron’s replacement, that’s not the case. The VW-owned sports car manufacturer has released a teaser photo which reveals the mystery.

The Bugatti Veyron Replacement Could Look Like This


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The next Bugatti, that may or may not be called Chiron, is expected to debut in 2016, but what will it look like?

A Few More Bugatti Chirons Were Spotted


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The upcoming Bugatti hypercar was spotted again at the airport. In fact, this time, there were more of them, but unfortunately the automobiles were covered in heavy camouflage.

This 1995 Bugatti EB110 SS Is Heading To Auction


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Although Bugatti just teased us with its upcoming supermachine, we’re going to take a trip down memory lane along with this stunning-looking yellow EB110.

Bugatti Brings Legendary Classics And Veyron 16.4 Super Sport To Pebble Beach


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Bugatti is showcasing its most successful racing car ever built, the Type 35, at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, alongside two other classic models, the Type 57SC Roadster and Type 55 Super Sport Roadster.

The automaker’s display area also includes the fastest production car in the world, the Veyron 16.4 Super Sport, which was homologated at 431.072 km/h (268 mph) in 2010.

The Type 35 is also a record holder, with its nearly 2,000 victories and podiums making it the most successful racing car of all time. The car on display dates from 1926 and comes from the Bugatti’s own archive.

The Type 35 has won all the major races between the mid-1920s and 1930s, including five consecutive victories in the Targa Florio, the world’s toughest road race at the time. Powered by a 120PS (118hp) 2.3-liter in-line eight-cylinder engine, the Type 35 tips the scales at just 750 kg (1,653 lbs) and has a 50/50 front/rear axle weight distribution.

Another star of Bugatti’s booth is the Type 57SC Corsica Roadster, one of the fastest roadsters of its era. The two-seater roadster with chassis number 57531 had the body engineered by renowned French company Corsica. The model is the sporty version of the standard Type 57 touring car and was launched at the Paris Motor Show in 1935. The chassis was 320 mm (12.6 in) shorter and sat lower - the “S” in the model name stands for “Surbaissé”, which is French for “lowered”. The “C” stands for “Compressor”.

With a displacement of 3,257 cubic-centimeters, the engine produced an impressive 170PS (168hp), allowing the Type 57SC Corsica Roadster to reach a top speed of 200 km/h (124 mph), extremely impressive for a roadster at the time.

Finally, the Bugatti Type 55 Super Sport Roadster with chassis number 55208 is a touring car with a Grand Prix engine. The car features the lightweight Type 51 engine and the extremely rigid chassis from the Type 47, which was capable of holding a heavy engine. The brakes and wheels on the 55 were identical to those of the Type 51, while the transmission was carried over from the Type 49.

Type 55 was able to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than 10 seconds, thanks to the 10-cylinder engine which produced 135PS (133hp) at 5,500 rpm.

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Bugatti Strikes Us With A Teaser Of Its Upcoming Hypercar


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Are you ready?

Our First Ever Look At The Bugatti Veyron Replacement's Face


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The Bugatti Veyron has been around for over ten years now and it’s time to finally meet its successor. It’s only a brief encounter, and we don’t get to learn too much about the new car, but we do get to see its face for the very first time – the shape of its butt is already familiar, though.

Watch Two Bugatti Veyrons Hit 378 Km/h (235 Mph) On Public Streets


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Most of the cars that participate at the Sun Valley Road Rally get to show-off their top speed capabilities on a closed public road.

First Bugatti Veyron Expected To Fetch Up To $2.4 Million At Auction


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Bugatti has recently sold the last Veyron ever made, but another milestone model is up for grabs.

Concorso d’Eleganza Poltu Quatu 2015 Teaches Us A Lesson On Illustrious Automobiles


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Costa Smeralda is the most expensive and luxurious destination in Europe, so, you might imagine how a car meet unfolds over there…

Final Bugatti Veyron 'La Finale' Spotted In Morocco


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The final Bugatti Veyron, appropriately named ‘La Finale’, was spotted a few days ago being unloaded in Tangier, Morocco.

One Of Two Bugatti EB112s Spotted In Monaco


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Bugatti of the early 1990s was looking to introduce a large four-door sedan that was not only luxurious, but also very fast. They showed off the EB112 prototype at the 1993 Geneva motor show where it polarized opinions – now, that car was recently spotted in Monaco.

Next Bugatti Veyron Will Most Likely Go Hybrid


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We can’t say we’re shocked to hear the next Bugatti Veyron will use a hybrid powertrain, and it’s not only because of the prior rumors surrounding it. Think about which cars are the very fastest and at the pinnacle of technology now – why it’s the hybrid hypercars, of course.