Bugatti, one of the most expensive cars in the world is named after its founder Ettore Bugatti. The car company was formerly known as Automobile Ettore Bugatti. It was founded 59 years ago in 1963, in Germany and French making high-performance cars.
After the death of Ettore Bugatti in 1947 and his son Jean Bugatti in 1939, there was no more successor to pass the ownership down to leave the company to struggle.
In 1987, an Italian entrepreneur bought the brand name and revived it as Bugatti Automobile S.P.A.
Buggati has been around for more than a century and it has since been producing cars of great beauty and efficiency.
At an auction in 2020, the most expensive automobile ever sold was a 1934 Bugatti Type 59 Sports One owned by King Leopold 111 of Belgium.
Let’s delve into the most expensive Bugattis in 2022.
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- 10 MOST EXPENSIVE BUGGATTI IN THE WORLD | 2022
- #1. Bugatti La Voiture Noire
- FACTS ABOUT BUGATTI
10 MOST EXPENSIVE BUGGATTI IN THE WORLD | 2022
Below is a list of expensive rides driven by the world’s affluent.
#10. 1994 Bugatti EB110
This Bugatti cost $700,000-$900,000. It was built during the Artioli era immediately after the acquisition of Bugatti by Businessman Komano Artioli in 1987.
The Artioli era ended when the revived Bugatti was liquidated.
Despite being the only model built at the time, the EB110 made a lasting impression. Its features comprise 3.5 liters V-12 with four turbochargers and 12 throttle bodies, a 6-speed manual. It drives all four wheels. The Chassis and body panel are carbon fiber.
The EB110 was one of the fastest cars on the road with a speed of 335km/h (221)mph. It is located in Massachusetts. Just 139 units were produced.
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#9. Bugatti Veyron Sang Noir
Veyron was the first Volkswagen-era Bugatti to go into production in 2005 and went on to be made until 2015. The was inspired by the Type 57S Atlantic of the mid-1930s.
Its features include a quad turbocharger and an 8.0 liter W-16 engine emitting 987 horsepower and 922-pound feet of torque hooked up to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission. The hood of the Sang Noir is made from exposed Carbon fiber.
Bugatti Sang Noir Editions are 12 in number, all of which are in darker shades and tonalities.
#8. 2014 Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse
Down on the list of most expensive Bugattis is the beautiful Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse which made its world debut on August 15 at the 2015 Pebble Beach Concours d’ Elegance.
After this, Bugatti is calling the Legends series quits. It is named after Ettore Bugatti and it is based on Bugatti Type 41 Royale.
The car features a detachable roof panel. The front part is made of hand-polished aluminum and finished with a clear coating.
The exterior is polished diamond-cut wheel rims that match the body with a dark blue finish.
Its interior consists of a two-type leather seat with dark blue seams and a platinum-coated logo on the hood. The car took three years to complete.
#7. 2011 Bugatti Veyron Super Sport
Bugatti Veyron Super Sport is a powerful and fast variant of the original Veyron. At the time of its introduction, it was the fastest production automobile in the world and only 30 were made.
It does 0.62mph in 2.5 seconds,0-124mph in 73 sec and a full mile in 23.6 seconds. The top speed is 257 mph. It possesses a 1,200 horsepower quad-turbocharged 8.0-liter engine.
Its features are black orange leather with visible carbon fiber, black wheels painted with polished surface, blue brake caliper as well as gasoline and oil filler caps.
Apart from being one of the fastest cars in the world, It is also one of the most expensive selling at $2.1 million.
#6. Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport
Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport is one of the most expensive Bugatti in the world with a 3.6 million selling price.
An upgrade of the original Chiron. It is slower, capable of gliding at a speed of 350 kilometers per hour (288mph)Sports’Sports distinctive character.
The exterior does justice to the sophisticated interior consisting of large surfaces upholstered with the new two tones Alcantara with lasered patterns, all of these features projecting perfection.
The stitching on the steering wheel and blue center spine create a minimal timeless atmosphere worth its price.
#5. Bugatti Chiron Hermès Edition
Bugatti Chiron Hermès Edition is a result of the collaboration between Bugatti and Hermès. It is a specially made Chiron owned by YouTube star and supercar collector, Manny Koshbin the Iranian-born American who is a renowned real estate businessman.
It has an off-white, chalk-derived hue. A one-color exterior car is unlike Bugatti. It is exclusively made by teams in Molsheim and Paris.
The interior is covered in cashmere fabric and completed with one emblem and an ‘H’ shoe grilled on the front of the car.
It is said to have taken four years to build this handcrafted supercar and the completed product looks exquisite, simple, and opulent.
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#4. 2019 Buggati Chiron Sport
In 2019, Bugatti debuted Chiron Sports, a sport-oriented form of the Chiron. Chiron Sport is a more focused Chiron model.
It is virtually unchanged although it is lighter, stiffer, and more aerodynamic than the standard model.
The Chiron Sport is Bugattis breathtaking new interpretation of the ultimate super sports car unveiled at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show.
The car’s exterior encompasses a firmer chassis with an all-dynamic torque vectoring function and a suspension setup giving it a sport-focused vibe.
Its lightweight wheels give the automobile an increase in agility. All together this expensive Bugatti is a work of art.
Located in Dubai and finished in an attractive green over brown, this Chiron Sport is represented with full options and just 1000 km (621 miles).
#3. 2021 Bugatti Divo
With a price of 5.4 million, you can take the edgy Bugatti Divo home. The Chiron look-alike has more to it than people think. The Divo is capable of reaching 263mph top speed better than 261 of Chiron.
The Divo’s custom bodywork has a more downforce focus with 1,005 pounds. It is electronically controlled and can accelerate from zero to 100kph in 2.4 seconds.
The Divo’s interior is not completely different from the Chiron’s exterior. Inside features higher side support on the seats to help balance out the grip and larger shift paddles.
Only a few of the Divo is produced and none are available on the market making it even more special and expensive.
#2. 2021 Buggati Centodieci
The flat-headed Centodieci is a sports tribute to Bugatti’s first 110-year-old car, the iconic EB110, and a commemoration of Bugatti’s 110 birthday.
A mix of Bugatti Chiron and EB110, the car features five round air intakes, and narrow headlights compared to the Chiron. The Centodieci meaning 110 in Italian is fitted with an additional air intake near the cooler and an engine bay cover manufactured from glass.
The Centodieci was made using 3D design technique and Virtual Reality Technology making for quick completion of the car.
Apart from being lightweight, the Centodieci is capable of accelerating from 0-100km/h (62mph) in 24 seconds.
It is hand-built in the Bugatti Molsheim factory and deliveries to customers began in 2021.
#1. Bugatti La Voiture Noire
The all-black beauty is a 1,500 horsepower, a totally hand-crafted car that qualifies as Bugatti’s most expensive car of all time. The car is decked with a carbon fiber body, perforated hood, and engine covers.
Rocking huge car launches and a curvaceous single LED taillight, huge turbine wheels, six bellowing exhaust pipes, and massive dark mesh intakes.
It was inspired by Jean Bugatti and it’s the only one of its kind. The blend of black perfection and elegance has already been sold off to an anonymous.
La Voiture is an adaptation of the Type 5 SC Atlantic making it the most expensive Bugatti in the world.
FACTS ABOUT BUGATTI
The Bugatti factory has narrowly avoided burning down—twice.
Founded by Ettore Bugatti in Molsheim, France, Bugatti has been pushing the boundaries of physics and engine capabilities in pursuit of speed since 1909.
In 1939, one of its early engines started a sizable fire due to a testing explosion.
Reportedly, the surrounding area was in peril of being engulfed as well. In 2001, when testing the first Veyron engine, that 1,200 hp mill allegedly generated enough heat that the factory building was in danger of being scorched.
The Veyron was a giant pipe dream that nearly didn’t come to fruition.
When Volkswagen’s Ferdinand Piech (grandson of famed Ferdinand Porsche) bought Bugatti back in the late 1990s, he had already been dreaming of a 1,000 hp super machine. His engineers had previously told him this would not be possible.
Along came to the Bugatti platform and his vision was realized several years later when the Veyron officially launched in 2005.
The Veyron requires 10 radiators to keep its quad-turbocharged W-16 engine functioning.
Three radiators handle the engine, while another trio tackles the air-to-liquid intercoolers: a separate unit for the air-conditioning, another specifically modulates the engine oil, and yet another cools the transmission oil.
One final radiator is dedicated to the differential oil. Each radiator takes 15 hours to construct, meaning the whole shebang takes nearly four weeks to complete the requisite 150 hours of labor.
Bugatti is a luxury brand that has been through its fair share of ups and downs but they haven’t stopped impressing us with the kind of automobiles they produce.
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