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  • In late 2001, Bugatti announced that the car, officially called the Bugatti Veyron 16.4, would go into production in 2003.

    Bugatti Veyron at Top Speed of 407 KM/H | Impact Lab

  • For example, he recently call Bugatti's Veyron a "piece of junk", saying it only beat McLaren's F1 in the famous Abu Dhabi Top Gear race after ten tries.

    Carscoop

  • The Bugatti is the product of countless millions of dollars of research.

    Fast Lane Daily - Auto News. Fast Cars. Fast and Fresh. Every day.

  • I agree that the Bugatti is a monumentous achievement; such luxury at such a high level of performance, it will be a timeless classic, but sadly, I prefer the SSC as the title holder (or somebody else, I hate american cars) cuz it seems more of a drivers car: I mean the Bugatti's automatic for crying out loud.

    BBC TopGear: Cars and Autos News

  • Here is something new that brand's name is now associated with - a watch winder, dubbed the Bugatti watch winder.

    Auto Motto

  • The Bugatti will be a highlight of the Bonhams auction at

    Wheels

  • It calls the Bugatti the “world’s most valuable car.”

    Rare 1936 Bugatti $30 Million «

  • 4WheelsNews, Bugatti's planning to show another variant, dubbed the Bugatti Royale, at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

    Jalopnik

  • Innovative gift ideas, designer products and high-end label shops such as Bugatti and Bogner all invite users to do their Christmas shopping online. t-online. de, Deutsche Telekom AG's Internet portal.

    WebWire | Recent Headlines

  • Compared with the 16-cylinder, eight liter Bugatti Veyron, which chugs one gallon for every eight miles, the electrics and hybrids are downright stingy.

    Robert F. Brands: Greenwashing: Electric Cars and Innovation Stalled

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