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What's it like to crash a Bugatti Veyron? - Video

The idea of being a test driver for someone like Bugatti sounds glamorous, but it's also a risky game. The test-driver in question here, Loris Bicocchi, was involved in developing the Veyron, having previously had a hand in the final Lamborghini Countach, Pagani Zonda, Bugatti EB110 and Koenigsegg CCX...

Bugatti Chiron v Bugatti Veyron – video

They're two of the most exotic and exclusive cars in the world, and they're both from the same manufacturer – is an introduction really necessary? In a new video posted by Turnpike Racing League, we finally get to find out whether the Bugatti Chiron or Bugatti Veyron would win in a drag race...

Bugatti Chiron gets the Lego treatment

Bugatti has become the latest manufacturer to team up with Lego for a brick-by-brick recreation of its car. Made up of 3599 pieces, the 1:8 Chiron model features a number of working, mechanical elements. Measuring 14cm tall, 56cm long and 25cm wide, building the toy Chiron won't be the work of a moment...

Bugatti Chiron: 100th hypercar produced

Bugatti has celebrated the production and delivery of its 100th Chiron, marking one fifth of the hypercar's 500-unit manufacturing run. Number 100 will be delivered to a customer from the Arabian Peninsula, finished in a matte dark blue carbon – it's the first time a matte version of this colour has been supplied – accented by Italian red side lines...

Bugatti Chiron: Round-the-clock monitoring allows 'customer concierge'

Connected cars have been 'a thing' for a while now, with live traffic updates and vehicle-to-vehicle warnings becoming prevalent, but Bugatti is taking things a step further in the Chiron. Every Chiron is constantly feeding information back to the company's headquarters in Molsheim, keeping technicians updated on vital information 24/7...

Time Machine Tuesday: April 10, 2018

People often say “don’t forget where you came from”. Although we’re focused on every new car, every last detail here at CarAdvice, we have an extensive back-catalogue of news stories, lifestyle yarns and reviews. Here’s a look at what happened on the week of April 10 in years past...

The Bugatti Veyron experience, a decade on

It was just over 10 years ago this month that Anthony Crawford, Paul Maric and I (plus Karl Peskett, our then videographer and now occasional contributor) paid our own way to visit Bugatti’s factory in Molsheim, France, and spent two days with the Veyron. Then, the world’s fastest and most expensive car...

Time Machine Tuesday: March 20, 2018

People often say “don’t forget where you came from”. Although we’re focused on every new car, every last detail here at CarAdvice, we have an extensive back-catalogue of news stories, lifestyle yarns and reviews. Here’s a look at what happened on the week of March 20 in years past...

2018 Bugatti Chiron Sport revealed

If there's one thing Bugatti knows how to do, it's speed. The Veyron was fast, the Veyron Super Sport was faster and then, just when you thought there was no more 'fast' to go around, the Volkswagen Group's performance darling unveiled the Chiron. Now, the fastest Bugatti has been made faster around a circuit, thanks to a strict diet and a new Sport badge...

SP-110 Edonis Fenice: Reborn Bugatti EB110 chases 350km/h

Bugatti has been reborn recently, to the point where an entire generation of car enthusiasts might not know about its 1990s exploits. Don't worry though, we haven't forgotten about the EB110. Launched exactly 110 years after Ettore Bugatti was born, it was conceived as an all-wheel drive, V12-powered Ferrari-killer...

Bugatti unveils 3D-printed titanium brake caliper

Bugatti has unveiled the first-ever 3D-printed titanium brake caliper prototype, claiming the mantle of 'world's largest automotive brake caliper' in the process. The new caliper is reportedly the largest functional titanium component produced by a 3D printer, and was created at the Laser Zentrum Nord in Hamburg, Germany...