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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.”
“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.”
“The Bugatti is the product of countless millions of dollars of research.”
“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.”
“Here is something new that brand's name is now associated with - a watch winder, dubbed the Bugatti watch winder.”
“The Bugatti will be a highlight of the Bonhams auction at”
“It calls the Bugatti the “world’s most valuable car.””
“4WheelsNews, Bugatti's planning to show another variant, dubbed the Bugatti Royale, at the Frankfurt Motor Show.”
“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.”
“Compared with the 16-cylinder, eight liter Bugatti Veyron, which chugs one gallon for every eight miles, the electrics and hybrids are downright stingy.”
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