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Bugatti Divo Available For Only $7.5 Million

If you are interested in one of the world's most wanted cars, you have your chance to buy one, but you have to have $7.5 million to play. When the Divo was introduced at Pebble Beach last year all of the build slots -- 40 -- were thought to have been presold. But, according to a German dealer has put a build slot -- and the Divo that is in that slot -- on sale for the figure noted. It's the first one available.
Bugatti EB110 Super Sport

Rarest of Rare Bugattis To Hit Paris Auction Block In 2019

One of 30 Bugatti EB110 Super Sports, made as part of the effort to qualify for Le Mans in the early 1990s, will go on Sotheby's auction block next year. The SS, made using carbon-Kevlar body panels, was originally sold to a German citizen, but it ended up in a Japanese collection. Its condition makes it a sought-after collectible in the automotive world.
Bugatti Chiron and Divo

If You Have Wanted A Bugatti SUV, You May Soon Have One

For the last couple of years -- okay, it seems like that long -- Bugatti has been hinting that it would be building an SUV. However, any comments in that direction were just left hanging in mid-air as the commenter moved on to other topics. Now, though, it looks a little more likely. But -- there's always a but -- it will only come if VW (Bugatti's parent) can find the bucks to do the job.
Bugatti Divo

Bugatti Has Magic Moment And Sells Complete Line Of Hypercars

Maybe you have heard about this and maybe you haven't but Bugatti certainly has. It seems that the automaker believes in its new Divo. Indeed, Bugatti showed a "limited number" of Bugatti owners its new line-topper and as a result, they have sold every copy, all 40 of them. They have also added $240 million to their coffers.
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport

Guinness reappoints the Bugatti Veyron Super Sport world's fastest car

Just over a week ago, the folks from the Guinness Book of World Records removed the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport as the world’s fastest production car due to a concern about possible modifications made to hit the record speed but after a short period of review – Guinness has reinstated the Veyron Super Sport as the world’s fastest production car.
The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse

Bugatti claims world's fastest roadster with Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse

Just days after the Guinness World Records crew stripped Bugatti of their “world’s fastest car” record, the Bugatti Grand Sport Vitesse has quickly stepped up and claimed the title of the world’s fastest roadster with a recorded speed of 254.04 miles per hour with the top removed – although this newest Bugatti record may come with a bit of a catch.
The Bugatti door teaser

Bugatti teases Facebook reveal of latest example of exceptional performance

Bugatti posted a picture earlier this week of what appears to be the doors of an airplane hangar with the simple explanation that they would soon “share the latest example of exceptional Bugatti performance” but no other information was offered – leading us to wonder what the Italian supercar builder will introduce via the social networking universe.