We find that, despite its record-breaking top speed, the Veyron can cope with public roads.
At the EuroCucina 2014 tradeshow in Milan, Bugatti demonstrated their new Noun toaster. The see-through toaster makes more than just toast.
For its big company sophistication, fastest-in-the-world title, haughty heritage, and now open-air design, the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse really is in a class of one.
Bugatti's open-top Veyron holds a speed record and just about everyone's stare, Cooley's Top 5 cars of 2013 (so far), AWD systems explained, and a look at BMW M3s, then and now.
Bugatti's open-top Veyron holds a speed record and just about everyone's stare; Cooley's Top 5 cars of 2013 (so far); AWD systems explained; and a look at BMW M3s, then and now.
Last month, Anthony Liu put the Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse into the record books as the fastest open-top production car, piloting it up to 254 mph. CNET takes a look at the car on the slower roads of Napa, Calif.
Bugatti confirms it will produce a sedan in 2012, similar in design to the Galibier concept shown previously. The new Bugatti will carry a price tag of $1.4 million.
Automotive News reports on Bugatti's future model plans.
Bugatti's parent company, Volkswagen, is pulling the plug on the all-conquering Veyron and has announced a cheaper, slower, uglier replacement known as the 16C Galibier.
Loaded with cash? Can't decide whether to go for the bog-standard Bugatti Veyron or the petrifyingly quick Veyron Super Sports? Life's about to get even more difficult, you poor lamb