Bugatti is a high-performance car manufacturer founded in 1909 in Germany. In 1947 the company began to struggle financially due to the death of founder Ettore Bugatti. It wasn’t until 1987 that the company was reborn thanks to an Italian entrepreneur. The company continued to push the car’s capabilities into what we know today.
The company is known for its futuristic design elements, but above all, its performance and is known as one of the fastest and best-performing cars. After its most recent revival, the first production car was the EB110 GT.
Bugatti is known for more than just its premium performance-driven cars. They have also created parts of planes as well. One of the biggest aspects is their role in racing. The company had excellent success in the early days of Grand Prix motor racing by winning the first-ever Monaco Grand Prix and others following that. These cars are made for avid collectors that enjoy the extreme power the company offers.
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