New Bugatti 16C Galibier Concept Revealed (photos and video)

15 09 2009

The all-new exclusive Bugatti 16 C Galibier Concept car has revealed at a private event in Molsheim.  The Bugatti CEO Franz-Josef Paefgen describes the Galibier is one of several concept studies with which the company is considering for the future of the marque.

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The new Galibier Concept powered by a 8-litre 16-cylinder flex-fuel engine with two-stage supercharging. It could produce between 588kW (800hp) and 735kW (1,000hp), all which is channeled to all four wheels using the AWD system. Standard fuel is gasoline but ethanol can be used as an alternative. To cease it operation away from the driver is a set of effective carbon ceramic brakes.

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Bugatti Veyron Linea Vincero modified by Mansory (photos and video)

15 07 2009

Mansory tuning house has presented modifed Bugatti Veyron, project called Linea Vincero Veyron. The improved supercar features an enhanced cold air induction system and an optimized exhaust, which enables the Bugatti‘s 8.0-liter 16 cylinder engine to deliver 1109 hp and 1310 Nm of torque (instead of the streamer 1001 hp and 1250 Nm of torque).

Bugatti Veyron Linea Vincero by Mansory tuning img_1 | AutoWorld

With regard to design changes, Mansory equips the Linea Vincero Veyron with a massive carbon-yarn body kit that includes a shorter covering, a new front apron, revised bank skirts, and an aggressive rear diffuser. The visitors also add a “V” symbol to the front lattice, LED daytime running light, and fully-sham turbine-devise wheels.

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Bugatti Veyron ‘Bleu Centenaire’ revealed in 100th anniversary celebration

3 03 2009

Bugatti revealed the new Veyron Bleu Centenaire, in celebration of Bugatti’s 100th anniversary. It’s wearing a special shade of blue that you might remember seeing on the late, EB 110, but is also the main color of Bugatti’s historical racing livery.

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Rumors suggest that Bugatti has exceeded the engine’s current power rating of 1,000 hp by so much that the car’s top speed will crest 270 mph (a standard Bugatti Veyron tops out around 253). But at a live photos of the car at the Geneva Motor Show we see that the powertrain in the Bleu Centenaire is the same 1,001hp (746kW) corps like as in the normal Veyron.

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Exclusive Mirror-Finish Bugatti Veyron 16.4 on Show at VW ‘Premium Clubhouse’

12 11 2008

To smudge the gateway of the new Autostadt pavilion in the ‘Premium Clubhouse’ segment of the common Volkswagen Group theme park, the troupe unveiled this shining Bugatti Veyron stands as a center-piece. The Premium Clubhouse is a pageant of architecture, art, and devise, and was shaped as a wing in the 25-hectare commons to represent VW Group’s multi-stamp luxury and premium border.

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The highlight of the Premium Clubhouse is the new mirror-finish Bugatti Veyron, which is actually a model of artwork fashioned by Olaf Nicolai. Working position-specifically, Nicolai creates mental chairs in which he explores aesthetic perceptions.

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Bugatti Veyron crashed by UK driver (photo)

3 09 2008

The £840,000 Bugatti Veyron was crashed in UK. Supercar looks to have mowed down a large section of hedge-row before finally coming to a stop in a field completing a 180 degree spin.
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Details are scarce but it appears the driver lost control on a long curve in West Berkshire, UK. The furrowed front ended and left front section panel, undercarriage and collapsed windshield specify this was more than a youngster off-path jaunt, marking the support documented Veyron clatter.

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Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Debut at Pebble Beach (details and photo)

18 08 2008

Exclusive ‘roofless’ edition of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport has been naked at the Pebble Beach Concourse d’Elegance.

In line with preceding speculation, the roof must be aloof and stowed away manually. Should the endure veer foul, a derived folding roof stored in the luggage compartment can be opened like an umbrella and fixed as an interim compute. Distinguishing the Grand Sport from its auto sibling is its somewhat taller windscreen, new daytime operation light, and of course the lightweight and transparent polycarbonate roof.

According to Bugatti’s communication chief, Georges Keller, the roofless ‘targa’ decision was the only one presented to Bugatti because there was no other liquid which could fit with the car’s wellbeing enclose. While the roof will be removable, there will be no storeroom cosmos for it within the car, so the mask will have to be full off at home. Most low-section supercars use targa panels because of the low cost of development and to keep the structural integrity of the skeleton.

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New Luxury Roadster Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport (first images)

1 08 2008

Bugatti presented today new luxury open top Roadster Veyron 16.4 called, Grand Sport. The new Bugatti will entertain its public unveiling at this year’s Pebble Beach Concourse d’Elegance, on August 16th, 2008 at the lawn in front of the Pebble Beach Lodge.

Bugatti work the Grand Sport a roadster with a removable roof. Bugatti has incorporated “innovative structural solutions”, to compensate for a lack of structural integrity naturally provided by a roof, however, lacking sacrificing performance and shelter. Bugatti is yet to confirm if the Grand Sport will be able to reach the same 253mph (407km/h) top speed as the coupe, but the added weight of the reinforcements are expected to come at a cost to performance.

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