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The Bugatti Divo is ready for delivery

The Bugatti Divo is ready for delivery

After two years of development, Bugatti is ready to make the first deliveries of its Divo hypercar. Unlike the Chiron, the Divo is Bugatti’s interpretation of a track-focused hyper sports car. The Divo produces more downforce than a regular Chiron and is lighter, too. Whereas the Chiron is about breaking the speed barrier, the Divo wants drivers to have more fun.

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Baby Bugatti II enters production, and a few are still available

Baby Bugatti II enters production, and a few are still available

Nearly a year ago, Bugatti unveiled its cheapest vehicle ever at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show. The car was called the Baby Bugatti II and was a three-fourths scale replica of the iconic racing car from the 1920s that bought the brand to racing fame. Bugatti points out that while all 500 cars were sold only three weeks after they were announced last year, a few clients have backed out due to the recent coronavirus pandemic, and "very few build slots have become available."

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Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport: The Driver’s Bugatti

Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport: The Driver’s Bugatti

You can think of the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport as a sportier, more agile, and track-focused version of a regular Chiron. And as such, the Pur Sport is not all about achieving the highest top speed. “The Chiron Pur Sport is a hyper sports car that yearns for country roads with as many bends as possible,” said Stephan Winkelmann, President of Bugatti.

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The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport devil is in these incredible details

The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport devil is in these incredible details

Turns out, there's more to making a really, really fast hypercar than just dropping a huge engine inside. Bugatti is pulling back the curtain on the Chiron Pur Sport, the "most extreme" version of a car that's hardly mundane to begin with, and detailing some of the changes - visible and otherwise - that make it such a beast.

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The $5.5m Bugatti Divo hypercar is finally ready to show what it can do

The $5.5m Bugatti Divo hypercar is finally ready to show what it can do

Bugatti's cornering-obsessed Divo hypercar is finally ready to head out to an exceedingly short list of buyers, with production of the agile Chiron variant finally ready to bear fruit. Announced in 2018, the Divo takes a slightly different tack from the Chiron, focusing less on maximum speed and more on how capable it is in the turns.

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This Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon by Jacob & Co. has a working W16 engine design

This Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon by Jacob & Co. has a working W16 engine design

If a $3-million Bugatti Chiron is too rich for your modest lifestyle, you might want to settle for a Chiron-inspired watch, instead. The Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon is expertly handcrafted by Swiss watchmaker Jacob & Co. to the tune of $280,000. It’s still a lot of money for a watch, but we’re talking about a timepiece equipped with a working replica of the Chiron’s twin-turbocharged W16 motor.

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Bugatti talks about 3D printing use in its hypercar range

Bugatti talks about 3D printing use in its hypercar range

Bugatti makes extensive use of advanced manufacturing techniques to make its incredibly high performing hypercars. One of the techniques that the automaker takes advantage of is 3D printing. It says it's able to use 3D printing to create products that are "as fine and accurate as a spider's web, yet as stable as a solid steel structure."

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Bugatti Centodieci is limited to ten units, and Cristiano Ronaldo has one

Bugatti Centodieci is limited to ten units, and Cristiano Ronaldo has one

It seems the rumors aren’t true, after all. Last year, the automotive press speculated that footballer Cristiano Ronaldo was the mystery buyer of Bugatti’s $18.7-million La Voiture Noire. As it turns out, Ronaldo filled the order books for the Centodieci, instead. And you know what, he made the right choice. And we’ll tell you why.

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Here’s a closer look at Bugatti’s entire supercar lineup

Here’s a closer look at Bugatti’s entire supercar lineup

Bugatti released a series of images depicting its entire supercar lineup. In true Bugatti fashion, all six models are parked in front of the carmaker’s Chateau St. Jean headquarters in Molsheim, France. With a combined cost of over $38-million, this is perhaps the most expensive lineup of series-production automobiles in the modern era.

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The Bugatti Atlantic could have been the “entry-level” Bugatti

The Bugatti Atlantic could have been the “entry-level” Bugatti

Few people know the mystery behind the Bugatti Atlantic. Apart from being named after the Type 57 SC Atlantic of the 1930s, it was supposed to sell alongside the Veyron and Chiron as an ‘entry-level’ Bugatti GT.

Sure, you can say the ultra-exclusive La Voiture Noire is the true spiritual successor of the Type 57 SC, especially with its bold center line running from the hood to the trunk – a clear nod to the riveted construction of the original model - With a base price of 16.7 million Euro (or roughly $18.3 million), it’s hard to deny the lineage behind the design inspiration of La Voiture Noire.

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Bugatti Baby II sold out in three weeks

Bugatti Baby II sold out in three weeks

Back in March, Bugatti unveiled the Bugatti Baby II. The little vehicle is a 3/4 scale version of the iconic Bugatti Type 35. The car looks as if it's sized only for kids, but at 3/4 scale replica allows some adults to enjoy the car as well. The original Bugatti Baby was a half-scale car that only kids could drive.

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Interview: Bugatti CEO Stephan Winkelmann opens up on new cars, daily-drivers and EVs

Interview: Bugatti CEO Stephan Winkelmann opens up on new cars, daily-drivers and EVs

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you probably know Bugatti broke the mythical 300 mph - or 304.77 mph, to be exact - speed barrier in a prototype Chiron. Now that car, presented by Bugatti CEO Stephan Winkelmann at the automaker's 110th-anniversary celebration in Molshein, is called the Chiron Super Sport 300+. It reached a top speed of 304.7 mph around Volkswagen’s Ehra-Lessien proving ground, and Bugatti is only making 30 examples for a starting price of roughly $3.9 million each.

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