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  • luisdemen
    12.05.2021 - 1 hour ago

    Chiron habillé par Hermès: El pináculo del lujo creado a pedido por un cliente de Bugatti

    Chiron habillé par Hermès: El pináculo del lujo creado a pedido por un cliente de Bugatti

    Un coleccionista apasionado de Bugatti llega a Molsheim con su visión personal: crear para él un Chiron verdaderamente único que personifica el lujo. Entra en el ‘Chiron habillé par Hermès’, el hiperdeportivo inspirado en la artesanía artesanal que es único en su clase. Para cualquier conocedor de Bugatti, poseer un hiperdeportivo hecho a mano en el Molsheim Atelier de la marca de lujo francesa…

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  • mjl-love
    12.05.2021 - 14 hours ago

    Just in case you have forgotten what a sports car looks like:

    This stunning Bugatti sports/racer with its OHC supercharged, alloy, straight-8, hand forged front axle, minimal interior is a reminder of what sports cars look like.

    This Ford Thunderbird is not.

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  • nina-freeman
    11.05.2021 - 1 day ago
    #forza horizon 4 #bugatti
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  • soukalsayarat
    11.05.2021 - 1 day ago

    Chiron Habillé par Hermès: The Pinnacle of Luxury Created Upon Request by a Bugatti Customer

    Chiron Habillé par Hermès: The Pinnacle of Luxury Created Upon Request by a Bugatti Customer

    Molsheim, France – For any Bugatti connoisseur, to own a hyper sports car hand-crafted in the French luxury marque’s Molsheim Atelier is a lifelong wish. For some, this is not enough, and they have more than one Bugatti model to admire in their collection. They take their dedication to the legendary automobiles even further, and come to Bugatti with visions for their very personalized hyper…

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    #Bugatti #Chiron habillé par Hermès #Luxury Cars#New Cars #Souk Al Sayarat Magazine #أخبار السيارات العالمية #صناعة السيارات#عالم السيارات #مجلة سوق السيارات
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  • cardesignersphotos
    11.05.2021 - 1 day ago

    Bugatti Veyron

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  • ateneopremedsociety
    10.05.2021 - 1 day ago

    Bugatti EB 110 GT

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  • actualidadmotor
    10.05.2021 - 1 day ago

    Bugatti diseña una mesa de billar muy exclusiva y con pasaporte español

    Para sobrevivir en el sector del automóvil hace falta algo más que suerte. Los constructores que lo integran llevan años... https://dlvr.it/RzSxh9

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  • haseeb312
    10.05.2021 - 2 days ago

    2021 Audi R8

    5.2 L V10 engine, 540 horsepower

    AED 574,350

    Video: youtu.be/3zNUllN47uI

    2021 Audi R8

    5.2 L V10 engine, 540 horsepower

    AED 574,350

    Video: youtu.be/3zNUllN47uI

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  • www-hillmandelperu
    10.05.2021 - 2 days ago
    #Bugatti Type 57 #Bugatti Type 57 de 1937 #bugatti chiron #Bugatti Chiron pur sport
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  • massiveluxuryoverdose
    09.05.2021 - 2 days ago

    Jacob & Co.’s $560,000 Bugatti Chiron Watch!

    The case is made from 18k white gold and is set with over 400 gems – 190 baguette cut diamonds, 169 baguette cut black sapphires (across the case and crowns) and 42 baguette cut orange sapphires.

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  • thexpensive
    09.05.2021 - 3 days ago
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  • meirebrod
    09.05.2021 - 3 days ago

    Bugatti Veyron

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  • hurricanewindattack
    09.05.2021 - 3 days ago

    Three Eras, Three Masterpieces.

    Bugatti has been a storied marque that’s had a troubled history over the 100+ years it has existed for. Yet across that troubled history, there is one thing it has retained - absolute quality. Three carmakers over the years have used the name:

    The Bugatti of Ettore: This is the original. Ettore Bugatti, coming from a very well-off family with artistic talent in its veins, founded it in 1909 in France. From the very start, the cars were very design focused, with engines being hand-built to such accuracy that they did not need head-gaskets. Every element of the car, inside to outside, was built like an art piece in its own right. But the biggest achievement of the first Bugatti was in the world of racing. This car, the Type 35, was a multi-purpose race car that won endurance races, rallies, and Grand Prix races, the precursor to F1. At its peak, it was averaging over 14 race wins every week, making it the most successful racing car ever built. The coolest part? Several women like Helle Nice and Eliska Junkova would use this very car to win races across Europe. Unfortunately, the whole operation went up in smoke after the second world war. The French government seized the factory, assuming him to have conspired with Fascist Italy given his Italian ancestry. While he eventually won it back, the shock of this happening to him caused his health to fail, and he passed away in 1947. With no clear successor, since his equally prodigal son had already died in an accident 9 years ago, the company limped on for another 5 years before collapsing.

    The Bugatti of Romano: Romano Artioli had made his fortune in the eighties importing all manner of cars to Italy, and running a gigantic Ferrari dealership. His passion for the original Bugatti though is why the people in his life encouraged him to buy the rights to the name and resurrect the storied marque. They built the most magnificent factory in Campogalliano, Modena, for their base of operations. The floor was tiled with the best marble, the factory let in natural light and the assembly line was clean as a surgery table. The theory went that if the workers were happy, their work would be top-notch. And boy, it was top-notch. After nearly half a decade of R&D, the company launched its first - and only - production model, the EB110, named to celebrate what would’ve been Ettore’s 110th birthday. The car was the first in the world with not one, not two, but FOUR turbochargers - in the early nineties no less! Michael Schumacher bought one of these in yellow. Sadly, that was as far as the company was to go. There are a variety of reasons for why the company went bust - the car was way too expensive for its time at half a million dollars, a recession was on its way, the McLaren F1 was even better, and the company had spent way too lavishly for what was still a start-up with limited brand value. The factory still stands to this day, in a sort of derelict post-apocalyptic state with weeds growing out of the marble. A few people, who were attached to the original company, still guard and maintain it to the best of their abilities, and they organise tours! Europeans, go check it out, I bet it’ll be worth your time.

    The Bugatti of Piëch: Not long after the second Bugatti collapsed, Ferdinand  Piëch, grand-daddy of the Volkswagen group, urged his company to snap it up. They would not use Romano’s factory however, and decided to move production back to what they called an Atelier (French for workshop) in Molsheim, where Ettore used to have the cars built. They then spent the next three years rolling out various concepts to motor shows around the world. Most of these would use a gargantuan eighteen-cylinder aircraft-like engine in a W configuration. Eventually though, they settled on the eight-litre W-16, which has only sixteen cylinders. Your daily driver has four. They declared that it would be called the Veyron, after the man who served the original Bugatti as an engineer, test driver and racing driver, giving them victory at the 1939 Le Mans. But then it would take another half a decade to fully develop the car. Once it was out though, it easily became the fastest car in the world, with a full thousand horsepower and a top speed of over four hundred kilometres an hour. Yet it was so well-behaved that you can use it as a daily-driver. It also became the most expensive car at the world at the time, with each costing over a million dollars a piece. Ironically, the development process of the car had been so intensive that the VW group still lost millions on each car built, making it more of a technical demonstration than a profitable product. Regardless, it successfully started the era of Hypercars, one in which its successor, the Chiron, now competes.

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  • queerplusfashion
    07.05.2021 - 5 days ago

    Bugatti Veyron 16.4

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