Is the world ready for a successor to the almighty Bugatti Veyron?
A French Automobile company which builds high performance limited run sports cars. The Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is still the fastest production car, and had a limitied production run of around 300 units.
Bugatti has revived one of the first ever street legal super sports cars in history.
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Bugatti has unveiled the latest in its Legends edition Veyron models, the Rembrandt Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse.
Volkswagen has a bit of a problem with its Bugatti supercar brand, sitting on nearly $85 million in inventory that it hopes it can unload quickly.
The original Bugatti Veyron concept will make a public trade show appearance for the first time since 1999.
Bugatti has confirmed that a more powerful Veyron is not in the works, nor is the Galibier sedan.
Bugatti has announced that the 400th Veyron has been produced and sold, a Grand Sport Vitesse Jean-Pierre Wimille heading to the Middle East.
Bugatti has announced the ultimate test drive program in North America, called the “Dynamic Drive Experience.”
Bugatti unveiled its third ‘Legend’ edition car at the 2013 Dubai Motor Show. Like the last legend edition models, this vehicle commemorates an important figure in Bugatti history, Bartolomeo “Meo” Costantini in this case.
Do you like redundancy? Do you like fast cars? Then you’ll love the latest special edition Bugatti, which features the automaker’s name in it… twice.
Get ready to say goodbye to the fastest production car in existence, the Bugatti Veyron. A company representative admits that there are fewer than 60 examples left unclaimed, so if you have a few million dollars laying around, now is your chance to get in an exclusive speed-machine.
If you’ve been saving your nickels and dimes in hopes of snapping up a Bugatti Galibier once the high-dollar four-door became available we have some bad news. It sounds like the car has been canceled.
A few weeks ago, Bugatti announced that it would be kicking off a series of special edition Veyron models that celebrate some of racing’s greats.
Bugatti has a likes building special edition Veyrons, and it doesn’t look like that will change any time soon.
Bugatti isn’t one to sit idle and be content with the success of its supercar; rumor has it the French automaker is considering a Veyron variant with over 1,500 hp.
Each year, Bugatti invites some of its closest friends, customers, and fans to the Circuit Paul Ricard near Marseille, France for an exclusive driving experience.
The billion-dollar Transformers movie franchise, fittingly, will feature a car worthy of someone with a billion-dollar checkbook.
If Dark Helmet – the character Rick Moranis plays in Space Balls – drove a car, it would probably be the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse. It’s big. It’s Ugly. It’s capable of ludicrous speed.
After stripping Bugatti of the title for the fastest production car in the world, Guinness World Records has flip-flopped and confirmed that the title does rightfully belong to the Veyron Super Sport.
After being stripped of the title of world’s fastest production car, Bugatti didn’t take long to reclaim the record. Only this time, it was set by the brand’s convertible: the Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse.