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.
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.
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.
Bugatti teased us yesterday with a picture and a caption that read “It’s almost time for us to share the latest example of exceptional Bugatti performance,” and today information has leaked online that the car will be a special edition of the Veyron Vitesse.
Bugatti, maker of the former world’s fastest production car, is teasing a new model today with a picture and small caption on Facebook.
Guinness World Records has announced that Bugatti has been stripped of the title for fastest production car in the world.
Let’s face it: Bugatti needs no introduction, especially not at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. No grand debuts, no jaw-dropping unveilings; the French automaker simply brought out three Veyrons of all shades to show off to the world.
The Bugatti Grand Sport Venet is the result of a collaboration between Bugatti and French conceptual artist Bernar Venet, and the brand released a video today, explaining the inspiration for the car, and showing it off.
Bugatti, in a quest to produce what they call the “fastest artwork ever,” enlisted the help of French conceptual artist Bernar Venet, and came up with the Veyron Grand Sport Venet.
It might behove Bugatti to re-visit the tale of Icarus if recent reports about the brand’s next car are correct.
Bugatti just unveiled a special edition Veyron supercar at the Sao Paulo Motor Show with a $2.5-million price tag.
Despite reports that Bugatti is working hard on its Galibier model, the flagship sedan has been delayed though Bentley and Bugatti boss Wolfgang Schreiber has confirmed a concept is still on the drawing board.
It’s been quite a while since we last heard anything newsworthy on the upcoming Bugatti Galibier model, but the French exotic automaker wants the world to know it’ll be well worth the wait.
Toyota has announced its sales figures for the first half of 2012, and the numbers look like Toyota will be able to beat out GM and Volkswagen in sales for 2012. In the first six months of this year the Japanese automaker sold 4.97 million vehicles.
The list of hybrid supercars is growing, and Bugatti might be the next company to jump on the bandwagon with a hybrid variant of the upcoming Veyron successor.
It almost seems like the Bugatti Galibier is going to become a mythical machine, but the French supercar maker wanted to remind everyone that the sedan is coming, and that it’s continuing to work hard in perfecting the production model.
The Bugatti Grand Sport is the epitomy of a car built for speed, so much speed that it sometimes gets a little hard to handle.
In the skiing world Jon Olsson is known for innovating new tricks, in the automotive world he’s known for taking supercars through weather that might make some SUV drivers cringe.
The Bugatti Veyron is seen as the climax of automotive engineering; a quad-turbocharged 16.4-liter W12 engine with 1,001 hp, as well as a sublime all-wheel drive system which helps the car reach 60 mph in less than three seconds, and achieve a top speed of 253 mph.
From Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport L’Or Blanc and Grand Sport Vitesse to everything in between, there is no shortage of special edition Veyrons produced. A natural progression, Bugatti has joined the likes of the Jeep Wrangler Dragon and has unveiled a China-exclusive special edition vehicle for the 2012 Beijing Motor Show – the Veyron Grand Sport…
When you create the world’s fastest convertible with 1,200 hp, it’s hard to showcase just how magnificent it is. The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse may require a lot more than just a video to do it justice, but this 2:28 clip does comes close. The French automaker took its latest and greatest creation out…
This year marks Queen Elizabeth’s diamond jubilee, and to celebrate, a gathering of sixty rare and beautiful cars will be brought together at the quadrangle in Windsor Castle in England. Only cars of the highest caliber have been invited to the event, and will be arriving at the castle from all over the world. One car from…
Bugatti unveiled its Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse today at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show, officially revealing the world’s fastest topless car. “We were instantly electrified by the idea of transferring the power of the Super Sport to the Grand Sport, which previously delivered a maximum of 1,001 hp, and thus taking the roadster to a new…
Last month we reported rumors of an open-top Bugatti Super Sport headed for Geneva, and as it turns out, the rumors prove to be true. Introducing the Grand Sport Vitesse, the latest and arguably greatest Bugatti Veyron roadster. The Grand Sport Vitesse will receive the same 8-liter W16 engine as the Veyron Super Sport. Its…