You can't put a price on history and legacy
If you are really unimaginably wealthy, you could buy a brand-new Bugatti for upwards of £2.5 million (around P167 million). Seriously, there are still some Chirons up for grabs. Or you could buy this-an old, arguably much cooler, battle-
Love the livery
This stunning device is the actual Bugatti EB110 that raced at Le Mans in 1994. So far it's the only Bugatti to have taken part in the 24hr race since a supercharged T57C took Bugatti's second victory back in 1939.
Speed has many forms
In July 2010, James May did his best to max the ultimate Veyron at the Ehra-Lessien test track. You'll have seen him manage a massive 417kph on TopGear telly-just before Bugatti's test driver Pierre Henri Raphanel lifted the
Limited to just 20 units
Only Bugatti could get away with building a limited-run series of cars designed to pay tribute to its own one-off, which was itself designed to be a tribute to a historic limited-run series of cars.Still with us? Right,
It’s a quirky-looking EV
Bugatti didn't just bring the £12 million (around P779 million) La Voiture Noire to this year's Geneva motor show. It also showed off a 3D-printed model of a rear-wheel-drive EV costing from as little as €30,000 (
“It’s better to drive a slow car fast, than a fast car slow.”
If there's any place to measure a car's performance (and a driver's skill), it's on the racetrack. It provides you with an environment to test every performance aspect of your car, from acceleration, to braking, to cornering-everything.
Shocking
It's a revelation that will send shockwaves across the world. In fact, we can scarcely believe it ourselves. But yes, these photos really do prove that some Bugatti owners have been driving their cars.The shock, the horror! "Won't somebody
Get a drool pan ready
A quick word of warning: The images in this gallery are not early screenshots from the next Forza game. Oh, no. This is what you call ballin' in the big leagues, son.What you're looking at is a selection of photographs
Limited to 30 units
Earlier this week, Top Gear exclusively revealed that Bugatti smashed through the 300mph (482.80kph) barrier. It did so in a pre-production vehicle of a new Bugatti Chiron derivative. Well, now we can exclusively reveal exactly what that new production Bugatti
The Swedish carmaker reacts to Bugatti’s recent accomplishment
Koenigsegg has congratulated Bugatti on its recent record of 304.77mph (490.48kph) in a prototype Chiron...while also noting how a 'high-speed' version of the Jesko-the company's rival hypercar-might go even higher than 300mph (482.8kph)."We
“This news changes nothing for us”
For the last few years, there's been a lighthearted ding-dong between a few car companies as to who'd crack 300mph (482.8kph) first. It's largely been a three-way fight, with Bugatti, Hennessey and Koenigsegg all putting irons
Let’s set the record straight
The world of the speed record is not a level playing field. In fact, creating the car capable of breaking the barrier is merely half the battle. As soon as Bugatti announced the fact that it had broken 300mph (482.8kph), it
“No one outside of the development team has experienced Vmax in a Chiron”
Speed is relative. If you've been lucky enough to fly off on holiday this year, you'll have done 240kph as you trundle down the runway, then cruised at 800-965kph as you battled with the tray table and in-flight
Using a modified Bugatti Chiron
Top Gear can exclusively reveal that Bugatti has smashed through the 300mph barrier. On 2 August 2019, Andy Wallace hit a vmax of 304.77mph (490.48kph) in a go-faster Chiron at Ehra-Lessien, becoming the first hypercar to break 300mph.
The former VW Group chairman passed away over the weekend
Car-company board members are usually as exciting as the table they sit around discussing profit margins and shareholder behavior. Not Ferdinand Piech, who passed away over the weekend aged 82. It's reported he collapsed in a Bavarian restaurant before being
The Chiron-based model is limited to 10 units, priced at £9 million each
Although the Chiron is quite the halo car, things move fast in the hypercar sector. Bugatti president Stephan Winkelmann figures that regular Internet-breaking one-offs-like 'La Voiture Noire'-are a way of keeping the focus firmly on the brand, not
One of the supercars that defined the '90s.
Word about the internet is Bugatti could be prepping a secret, limited-edition special inspired by one of the most enigmatic supercars ever. The grandfather of the Chiron: the Bugatti EB110. The Bugatti EB110 was revealed way back in 1991, to celebrate
The adorable little Baby II is a toy EV limited to just 500 units
Want to buy a Bugatti? Of course you do. Trouble is, they're a bit dear and rather exclusive.The £12-million (P826 million) La Voiture Noire? There's only one of those. The €5-million (P296 million) Divo? Limited to just
It costs P826 million, give or take a Wigo
Imagine being paid to rifle through the Bugatti back catalogue before choosing a car to completely reimagine in a manner appropriate for the 2020s. But while Ettore and his son Jean Bugatti were responsible for a truly outrageous group of cars, there
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