|1909 - 1963 (Company)|
1963 - Present (Marque)
Bugatti is a French high-performance cars manufacturer founded in 1909 by Ettore Bugatti. The company had built one of the fastest, most exclusive and luxurious cars in the world before World War II such as the Type 57 and Type 35 racing cars.
The aftermath of World War II led the company to bankruptcy. The name Bugatti was later used once again by Romano Artioli for the creating of the EB110. Volkswagen later acquired the brand name and produced the Bugatti Veyron 16.4.
|Veyron 16.4||8.0L W16||987 bhp||922 lb·ft||AWD||2.7 secs||1888 kg|
|Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport||8.0L W16||987 bhp||922 lb·ft||AWD||2.7 secs||1968 kg|
|Veyron 16.4 Super Sport||8.0L W16||1183 bhp||1106 lb·ft||AWD||2.5 secs||1838 kg|
|Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse||8.0L W16||1183 bhp||1106 lb·ft||AWD||2.6 secs||1990 kg|