You’ve heard of matching towel sets or wine and dessert glasses, right? Well, how about a matching car and high-performance sports yacht set?
At the Geneva Motor Show, Bugatti unveiled the successor to the Veyron, the Chiron.
Think back to the 1920s and 1930s when open-wheel, open-air racing was full of mavericks and daredevil drivers.
The International Motor Show (IAA) in Frankfurt will have many unveiling and no doubt a lot of supercar awesomeness on the floor.
The above vehicle won the 2014 Hilton Head Island Motoring Festival and Concours d'Elegance Best of Show award.
Hosted as part of the Volkswagen Group Night on the eve of the Paris Motor Show's opening, the unveiling of the final Bugatti Legends Edition was met with stunned gasps as the wraps came off the be
Although it hasn't been named yet, a few specifications of the latest supercar that Bugatti is working on to be the next-generation of the Veyron have been hinted.
Volkswagen has announced that it has appointed Wolfgang Durheimer chairman and chief executive officer of Bentley Motors Ltd. and president of Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S.
According to the company, Bugatti's Dynamic Drive Experience is designed to "engage ultra-high net worth individuals and enthusiasts of exclusive super sports cars" with an unforgettable d
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport set the record for being the world’s fastest production car back in 2010 with a speed of 267.8 miles per hour – a record which stood until last week when Henness
Bugatti announced today that their incredible 1,200 horsepower Grand Sport Vitesse roadster is officially the fastest open top car (convertible, roadster, etc) with a recorded speed of 254.04 miles
It has been long speculated that Bugatti is working on a 1,600 horsepower version of the mighty Veyron that would appropriately be named the Super Veyron and that Super super car might be the surpr
Nowadays it seems almost atypical for a famous celebrity to not wrap their ultra-expensive ride in chrome.
When you think of cities around the world that would be most likely to be home where you would find the rarest supercars, you might think of Dubai, New York, London, Monaco, or Los Angeles with its
While most car companies tease us with a fifteen second video to wet our appetites, Bugatti’s teaser video of the 16C Galibier is 4:44 minutes long.
Interestingly enough, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport is being brought to the show by the local dealership: Bugatti Greenwich, a division of Miller Motorcars of Greenwich (CT).
While the Goodwood Festival of Speed is only 15 years old, it has continuously delivered top notch events and cars, and always is a thrill to witness.
In theory, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse is created from a fairly simple equation – take the open-aired chassis of the 1,001 horsepower Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport and insert the 1,200 hors
The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse (Vitesse is speed in French) is based on the topless Veyron Grand Sport but Bugatti engineers have ripped out the measly 1,001 horsepower 16 cylinder engine t
Looking at the numbers of collector cars sold recently, it would be easy to think there is no recession.
The American magazine Road & Track took the chance to elect the cars of the "Club 2 seconds" of cars that is capable of devouring the 0 to 60 m/h in under three seconds.
When most people talk about the Bugatti Veyron EB 16.4, the first thing that comes to mind is the fact that it uses a 16 cylinder engine with 4 turbochargers to churn out 1,001 horsepower to all fo
Bijan Pakzad, or better known simply as Bijan, was a famous, Iranian-born fashion designer that saw the light of the day on April 4th, 1940 in the capital city of Tehran.
The Bugatti Veyron - the first modern series vehicle to go past the 400 km/h border.