Bugatti was found in 1909 by Jean Bugatti and went defunct in 1963. It was revived again between 1987 to 1995 as Bugatti Automobili S.p.A. and, during that time, created the EB110. In July 1998, Bugatti, now known as Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S., was revived a second time, being sold to the Volkswagen Group.
Bugatti is famous for creating record-breaking supercars and hypercars, most notably the Veyron, a series of speed-focused hypercars that have set multiple records, one of them being the fastest production car of the 2000s with a top speed of 253.81 mph (408.47 km/h) in 2007 and the other being the fastest production car from 2011 to 2017, with a top speed of 267.856 mph (431.072 km/h). It currently produces the Chiron, the successor to the Veyron.
|Bugatti, a manufacturer of legendary high performance vehicles, was founded in 1909 in Molsheim, France by Ettore Bugatti, an Italian who started designing bicycles and vehicle models when he was just 17 years old. In that year, Bugatti secured a bank loan that allowed him to build ten automobiles and five aircraft engines. The first five cars were delivered in 1910. During the difficult years of the Great Depression, Bugatti won the contract to build a new high speed train for the French government. The only Bugatti automobile model that was still being produced at the beginning of the 1930s was the Model 57. This sedan was Bugatti's last big production success, with about 750 units produced and sold. The company attempted several comebacks in the 1950s and 1960s, but nothing stuck until Italian entrepreneur Romano Artioli acquired the Bugatti name in 1987, and produced the Bugatti EB110, which was advertised as the most technically advanced sports car ever produced. In 2000, Volkswagen founded Bugatti Automobiles SAS and introduced the EB 16/4 Veyron Concept, a 16-cylinder, 1001 horsepower turbocharged car that can go from 0-62 mph in an eye-opening 2.5 seconds.|
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|2018||Bugatti Chiron||AWD||1479 hp (1103 kW)||1180 ft·lb (1600 Nm)||4398 lb (1995 kg)||43%||8.0 L|
|1992||Bugatti EB110 Super Sport||AWD||611 hp (456 kW)||480 ft·lb (651 Nm)||3126 lb (1418 kg)||40%||3.5 L|
|2009||Bugatti Veyron 16.4||AWD||987 hp (736 kW)||922 ft·lb (1250 Nm)||4470 lb (2028 kg)||45%||8.0 L|
|2011||Bugatti Veyron Super Sport||AWD||1183 hp (882 kW)||1106 ft·lb (1500 Nm)||4044 lb (1834 kg)||45%||8.0 L|
|1926||Bugatti Type 35 C||RWD||95 hp (71 kW)||96 ft·lb (130 Nm)||1676 lb (760 kg)||55%||2.0 L|
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