Like the Veyron, the Chiron will spawn plenty of special editions.
In what could be the automotive equivalent of LeBron James’ NBA debut back in 2003, the Koenigsegg One:1, regarded as the eventual successor to the Bugatti Veyron (or the Hennessey Venom GT) as the fastest production car in the world, has finally been spotted at the Nürburgring. Show More Summary
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If your car retailed for well over a million dollars you’d want only the best treatment for it, right? Well, not the owner of this Bugatti Veyron who appears to have no qualms driving through an automatic car wash. It’s painful watching the process in this video, which was dug up on YouTube by duPont Registry. We can’t imagine...
We’ve all experienced this dilemma—your company goes public and your minority stake is now worth major bucks. You’ve been eyeing this used Bugatti Veyron, but a handful of affordable islands near French Polynesia just went on the market, with just enough room to build a landing strip for your Gulfstream. What do you do?! Read more...
The Nissan Patrol is basically an old-school off-road capable SUV popular in the Middle East, Australia and other markets that aren’t ours. Many of these trucks are modified to go dirt driving and dune bashing. This one is built for speed. Read more...
Oh, what it must’ve felt like to be the driver of this transport carrier. As if it wasn’t pressure enough to be carrying a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, the man in charge of this trailer is also carrying an even more important piece of cargo. Show More Summary
Bugatti has issued not one, but three recalls for its ultra-exotic Veyron. Given that a mere 450 Veyrons were built over the car's production span, tracking down owners won't exactly be a challenge for Volkswagen's high-end division. All three recalls are separate and will not apply to every Veyron. The earlier models are the most likely to be...
Automotive recalls seem to be a pretty common these days, but it’s not very often you seen a manufacturer like Bugatti show up on the recall list. The crazy part is that between March 23rd and April 8th of this year, Bugatti has issued a total of three recalls for the Bugatti Veyron. Show More Summary
Seventy-two luxury French Bugatti Veyrons may underestimate how much fuel is in the tank — critical data for a car that gets eight m.p.g. city.
If you happen to own a Bugatti Veyron, which is unlikely for most of us because only several hundred of these beasts were built and sold for millions of dollars each, then you might be interested in knowing that the company has recalled...Show More Summary
Hennessey celebrated its 25th anniversary by having its Venom GT Spyder set a new world speed record for an open-top sports car: a blistering 265.6mph, besting the previous record set by the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse by more than 11mph.
The fuel gauge shows around eight gallons left when the tank is actually empty.
Three recalls affect the Bugatti Veyron to fix problems like inaccurate fuel gauges, corroding battery cables, and the aluminum underbody panels falling off. Continue reading Even the Bugatti Veyron is subject to recalls Even the Bugatti Veyron is subject to recalls originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 13 Apr 2016 08:31:00 EST. Show More Summary
hennessey's venom gt spyder, the low-production, twin-turbo, v8-powered, lotus-bodied american supercar, has smashed the world record for "world's fastest convertible" previously held by the megadollar bugatti veyron grand sport vitesse. Show More Summary
The 'vert beat the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse benchmark by 11 mph.
Bugatti’s new hypercar to replace the Veyron, the 1,480-horsepower Chiron, made its world debut earlier in the month at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The car was absent during last week’s 2016 New York Auto Show but it wasn’t far as the same blue example we saw in Geneva was recently spotted in the Big Apple. This photo comes to us...
A new series of open sports yachts, the Palmer Johnson Niniette represents a collaboration between the Monaco-based boatbuilder and the French automaker Bugatti. The French automaker behind the Veyron supercar takes to the seas in a series of sleek yachts. Larry Bean
This Bugatti Veyron replica could be yours for just $60,000, but you might want to look closely - because a 2001 Mercury Cougar is the donor car. Continue reading What do you do with a fake Bugatti Veyron for $60k? What do you do with a fake Bugatti Veyron for $60k? originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 29 Mar 2016 10:26:00 EST. Show More Summary
It's either the world's cheapest Bugatti Veyron or the world's most expensive Mercury Cougar. For $59,900 here on eBay, this remarkably convincing kit car will turn heads—lots of them—for, oh, millions less than the real McCoy. The listing doesn't go into a lot of detail other than to say that the Bugatti-copying body is made of...