History of Bugatti

Bugatti - the company-legend in the automotive world, located in France from 1910 year. But its history began even earlier, in 1908, when the future owner of the company, a talented engineer and a passionate lover of racing Ettore Bugatti collected his first car in his garage. The model was successful and soon he and his companions had already developed 10-th of its modifications. Unfortunately, all of them were equipped with small engines of 1.3 liters.

It was not until 1910 year, when the company was interested in the giant in the automotive industry, the company Peugeot. Production was moved to France, and cars began to position itself as the exclusive, expensive, and extremely powerful.

Model Type 28 Type 29, developed in 1919, after moving Ettore France, was a great success, although there were built only 4 instances. This made them even more unique and interesting. The Bugatti is put in front of their machines only one goal - to win in every competition and the race in which they participated. To achieve this, he attracted investors and constantly improved their cars. In 1929, this commitment was embodied fully in the new model of the Bugatti Type 41, which was phenomenal for its time in terms of performance and manageability.

Unique was the engine of the new model. Engine capacity was equal to 13 liters, and his output was 260 HP Itself Bugatti wanted to install more serious motors, but in the end the number of cars is reduced from 25 to 6, and the other engines sold the railway companies for use on tractors.

Released in 1930-ies concern Bugatti and 800 road cars Bugatti with ordinary engines of 1.5 liters.

Cars came from the pen of a talented engineer and designer one by one and in the 1930-ies made a splash in the global automotive industry. Model Type 50t and Type 50s offered a revolutionary new approach to engine and Type 52 (Baby) was not a hit with the whole decade, as he has worked on electric traction. During the great depression it became a landmark event. Model Type 57 won the race in Le Mans in 1937. Car production ended in 1939, and was not resumed until 1945.

The public interest in the cars after the war slept much. Etore Bugatti has developed another model - Type 73, which was the last in his career. Despite a successful model Type 451, investor interest in the famous brand was completely lost. Finally, in 1963, the company sold the production company Hispanu-Suiza.

More than 25 years, the company was in oblivion, when suddenly, in 1990, the year saw the light of the revolutionary model Bugatti EB110, hit the public of that time with his phenomenal capacity values in 553 HP and a top speed of 320 km/h Acceleration to 100 km/h occurred in just 3.4 seconds - that was a record for that time. A little later, the designers presented and representative sedan in complete Luxury Bugatti EB112.

In 1998, the history of the famous brand has continued, after Volkswagen bought the production capacity Bugatti and started to produce new cars. A luxury car, with a capacity of 555 HP 6.2-liter engine has not kept itself waiting.

In 2005, Volkswagen begins mass production of the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is a unique new model.

In the spring of 2006, the first car came to a happy owner. The company received more than 100 zakov for a new car and decided to increase production. The shape of the car and technologies have been brought to perfection, and the result is the most expensive and powerful machine of modernity. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 can rightly be called modern, colourful and bold interpretation of the philosophy of the founder of the brand.

Bugatti today is an absolute record for speed of movement, accelerated up to 400 km/h In the plans VW design and submission of a supercar, timed to the anniversary of the famous brand, founded by Ettore Bugatti.

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