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While Elon was slowly smothering Twitter with a pillow, his competitors built a car with a 1,111 horsepower engine and a range of over 800km.
To get your hands on the world’s fastest, most luxurious supercar, you may need to trek to Europe and perfect your table manners.
Bugatti is retiring its W16 engine with “the most extreme, uncompromising, fastest and lightest” car it has ever made.
The coveted title of ‘World’s Fastest Production Car’ has once again changed hands, and contrary to prediction, it wasn’t snapped up by a Bugatti.
If you’re unsatisfied with your child’s current mode of transportation, you might want to take a look at the new Baby Bugatti II.
This ‘luxury car meets timepiece’ crossover will cost you roughly the same as some sought after vehicles, but it does pack quite a punch.
Bugatti has claimed, for years, that they make the fastest cars in the world. Now they have a world record to back that claim up.
The Bugatti ‘La Voiture Noire’ is a one-of-a-kind wonder, and now some reports suggest that the car was snapped up by football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.
Bugatti’s new La Voiture Noire looks like a Batmobile that could also double as James Bond’s new wheels. It’s also the most expensive car in the world.
The French car has all the bells and whistles needed to make it the fastest legal-street car, and it still looks damn good.
Even if you’re not a car fan you’ll want to check out the new Bugatti Chiron, a record-setting supercar that can clock over 400 km/h.
Ah, spray paint. Not just for walls and the sides of trains. Here we see it on a crazy expensive car. Grab a tissue, ’cause this is SAD.
Inspired by Bugatti’s 1912 Type 18 that was nicknamed Black Bess, the latest addition to the manufacturer’s ‘Legend Edition’ series wears the same moniker. But the ‘Black Bess’ Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse doesn’t share much in common with it’s great-great-great-great grandfather, other than being painted black.