Bugatti to increase production
Bugatti has announced it will increase its production to 90 vehicles this year instead of the 85 initially planned.
Picture of the Veyron Hermes
The covered car you see here is the Veyron Hermes due to be launched by Bugatti at Geneva next week.
Bugatti considers building a saloon
In an interview with Emirates Business 24/7, Bugatti spokesman Julius Kruta had confirmed Bugatti will build another car, more expensive and better than the supercar Veyron. Since then, the company might have changed its mind.
Bugatti to show a Veyron Hermès at Geneva
Bugatti will unveil a new limited edition Veyron at the Geneva Motor Show. The company will collaborate with the fashion Hermès brand to create the new unique vehicle. Both companies worked together in the 1920’s.
Bugatti Veryron is the Tata Nano of Dubai
Dubai might become the best place in the world to cross the path of a Bugatti Veyron as the emirate hosts 12% of the global production.
Video: Bugatti Veyron’s engine
Here is a video of the Bugatti Veryron's engine, one of the most sophisticated engine currently in production being built on the small production line. Volkswagen engineers used all their expertise in building a unique engine. While common car makers use V10 or V12, they chose the option of a W16 boosted by four turbochargers.
Future Bugatti Veyron already sold out
Bugatti is expected to launch the Veyron targa model at the beginning of 2008, enabling the supercar to become the fastest roofless car in the world. However, despite a price tag estimated at more than £900,000, all eighty cars already have buyers according to Pistonheads.
Bugatti Veyron Pegaso
At a time when the simple Mercedes is building thousands of SL-Class every year and Bugatti is increasing its production, owning a unique car is a difficult feat. In response to this, a Russian project developer living in Dubai decided to personalise his Veyron.
Bugatti Veyron vs Mercedes SLR
A run contest between a Bugatti Veyron and a Mercedes SLR? Let's be honest, the dice are loaded. How can the SLR with 626bhp for 3,858lbs fairly compete with the Veyron, which produces 1001bhp for 4162lbs? No chance, but this video still demonstrates the incredible power of the Bugatti Veyron.
Bugatti’s open-top Veyron?
After a difficult start, Bugatti is in great shape. It recently announced it will increase the annual production of its Veyron hypercar from the current 60 units per year to 75. If the rumours are to be believed, this revelation may lead to the production of an open-top version of the Veyron.