Bugatti’s Chiron Pur Sport1 and Chiron Super Sport 300+1 are two extreme hyper sport-cars. They came come together for the first time for development test drives at the Nardo Technical Centre. NARDO, Italy and MOLSHEIM, France – A 12.6km circular track whose outer edge tilts towards the centre by more than 12 degrees is ideal… Continue reading Bugatti Chiron: Going in big circles at R70 000 000 a pop
Out on the racetrack with Bugatti’s new Chirons Hypercars at speed – but in hypercomfort, too Paul Ricard circuit host in southern France MOLSHEIM, France -The feet dance over the two pedals. The hands move like lightning. Precisely, without getting hectic. It’s a real pleasure to watch him at work. Who? Former Formula 1 driver,… Continue reading Ironing out any bugs: Chiron hypercars on test at Paul Ricard
Bugatti says it has reinvented coachbuilding with its Divo hyper sport car. After two years of development, the first vehicles are now being delivered… – Stephan Winkelmann MOLSHEIM, France – Customised, high-performance, exclusive. Since its world premiere in August 2018, Bugatti says, its Divo ”has been among the world’s most extraordinary hyper sport cars. Now,… Continue reading Bugatti Divo: Start of a new era at Molsheim
MOLSHEIM, Germany – Bugatti, at the 2019 Geneva auto show, announced a 110th birthday present to itself… the re-imagining of the original Bugatti Baby. The design and testing phase is over and the 2020 Baby is now in series production. Want one? Read on… The Baby II, described by those who have driven one as… Continue reading Hot babe! – Bugatti slots open for ultimate mini-race car
MOLSHEIM, France – The Veyron 16.4, back in April 2005, was the first series production road car to accelerate beyond 400km/h. And it hasn’t been beaten yet… The French luxury manufacturer of hyper sport-cars had achieved one of its development goals – yet, the company says, it was something the public believed to be unachievable.… Continue reading Veyron supercar: 15 years on, it’s still the fastest production car
GENEVA, Switzerland – The car that took Automobiles Ettore Bugatti to fame in the 1920s, the Bugatti Type 35, is seen by many as the most successful racing car of all time with about 2000 professional and amateur races – sometimes 14 in one week. In 1926 Ettore and his son Jean decided to build… Continue reading Baby Bugatti II: Century-old race replicas – see how much!