In the last decade, the luxury car marque Bugatti has remerged to make its mark in the automotive world once again. The name of Bugatti is synonymous with the motor industry and can be traced right back to its inception in 1909 by its Italian-born founder Ettore Bugatti at the company’s home in Molsheim, Alsace, Northern France.
Bugatti sports cars are known for the beauty of their designs by creator Ettore Bugatti, who always considered that he was both a motor car constructor and an artist. If he were alive today, he would most definitely approve of the Bugatti Veyron, which is worthy of bearing his name.
One of the most talked about hypercars, the Bugatti Veyron models have been frequently in the news and breaking world records along the way. But there is now a new model ready to take centre stage and the limelight, the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, which is set to be the most powerful factory-built roadster in the world today.
The latest Bugatti Veyron, the 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, features an awesome 16-cylinder engine, now with a boosted 1184bhp, as its W16 engine has had its four turbochargers and intercoolers upgraded to give superior power and a strengthened body. The new Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse is due to be unveiled at the forthcoming Geneva Motor Show in March, and other car manufacturers like Bentley and Aston Martin will also have some new models to debut.
So, if you would like to know more about these performance or luxury cars, you can visit the Aston Martin specialist in Surrey or the Bentley dealer Surrey to see many of these new models when they reach the showrooms.