Bugatti is a famous French car company founded and developed by an Italian sculptor named Ettore Bugatti.
History of the establishment and development of Bugatti car company
Ettore Bugatti is a sculptor born in 1881 in the city of Milan in Italy. He is the one who has the highest passion for cars. At the age of 18, Bugatti designed and built a three-wheeled vehicle with two engines. With this car, Ettore Bugatti won many achievements at racing events at that time.
At 19 years old, Ettore Bugatti successfully built a car with 4-speed gearbox and 4-cylinder engine along with many other improvements. The car is considered to be ahead of its time and become a future trend. Since then, Bugatti became famous and received many orders.
In 1909, Bugatti built a car factory in Molsheim, Germany. During the period of World War I, Bugatti was still constantly growing and growing. In 1941, Ettore Bugatti died of pneumonia.
In 1963, the aircraft company Hispano Suiza bought the supercar company Bugatti. In 1987, Bugatti was under the management of Romano Artioli and built another factory in Italy’s Campogalliano. In 1998, Bugatti was officially owned by Volkswagen Group.
Bugatti Car Company: “Cradle” launched the most expensive supercars in the world
In 1922, Bugatti launched the Type 29/30 car with a cigar-like design. This is a car using hydraulic brakes and equipped with the world’s first 8-cylinder engine.
In 1923, the Type 32 supercar was born and was called the tank.
In 1926, the 41 Royale was introduced to consumers and was considered the most powerful car of all time.
In 1939, the supercharged Tye 57 won the Le Mans prize and was driven by Pierre Wimille and Pierre Veyron.
In 1991, the EB 110 supercar was born to celebrate the 110th birthday of Ettore Bugatti.
In 2001, EB 16.4 Veyron was introduced at the Frankfurt Motor Show. By 2005, the commercial version of the Veyron 16.4 supercar was released and became the most expensive supercar in the world.
Currently, Bugatti is very famous for its supercar Veyron Super Sport. Vehicles equipped with Quad Turbo W16 engine for a speed of about 418km / h and a maximum capacity of 1,200 horsepower, accompanied by a maximum torque of 1500 Nm. Veyron Super Sport is the fastest supercar in the present time of Bugatti.
Since its inception, Bugatti has produced many famous supercars at very expensive prices. Therefore, Bugatti was dubbed the “cradle” of the world’s most expensive supercar.