In the global automotive industry, Bugatti is well-known as a car manufacturer capable of making vehicles with fierce performance and exorbitant prices. However, the car becomes very rare, because it has a high exclusivity. Talking about the manufacturer founded by Ettore Bugatti in 1909 in Molsheim, France, it turns out to have some interesting and quite surprising facts that people don’t know.
The Bugatti Veyron is the most expensive product from this manufacturer. Apparently, the hypercar has a dangerous engine because it almost collapsed the factory because of its very high temperature when tested.
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In 1998, Volkswagen AG decided to revive the legendary Bugatti car brand, bought all the trademark rights, and the following year Bugatti Automobile SAS was founded in Molsheim, Alsace, as a subsidiary of Volkswagen.
In early 1998, Volkswagen introduced the first Bugatti prototype at the Paris Auto Salon, the Bugatti EB 118, a 555 horsepower two-door coupe designed by Italdesign. It was followed by another Italdesign product, the Bugatti EB 218, a four-door limousine that was presented at the Geneva Auto Salon in 1999.
At the International Auto Show in Frankfurt in the fall of that year, Volkswagen introduced the Bugatti Chiron 18.3, named after the greatest Bugatti racer of the postwar era.
Then, the Bugatti Veyron was first shown at the Tokyo Motor Show. Warkuss Hartmut led the process of making both the Chiron and the Veyron in the Volkswagen AG design team. It wasn’t until 2001 that Volkswagen decided to start serial production of the Veyron super-sportscar, officially the “Veyron 16.4”.
Lastly, in the fall of 2004, after the renovation of the traditional Bugatti headquarters at Château Saint Jean was completed and a new assembly studio built, Bugatti SAS began production of the first Veyron.
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The Bugatti Veyron is the most powerful car in the world (as of 2005). Volkswagen AG tried to give a subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS at its factory in Molsheim, France, and sold under the Bugatti brand. The name of this car comes from the name of a racer from France, Pierre Veyron who won the 24 hours of Le Mans in 1939 as a driver representing the Bugatti company. According to Top Gear, this car had the idea when the Company to experiment that a car speed of 100 km / h can be reached in under 3 seconds. Made on a limited basis and not intended for commercial use, so don’t be surprised if insurance companies don’t dare to guarantee.
Before it was as successful as it is now, in 1939, one of the Bugatti cars got explosion while being tested. As a result, the surrounding area also feels the impact. Because the price tag that is pegged is extraordinarily expensive, the buyers are certainly not random people. On average, Bugatti customers own 84 cars, 3 jets, and 1 yacht, one of which is a professional boxer from the United States, Floyd Mayweather.
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