The Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo is a real concept car first unveiled at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, and inspired by the Chiron’s design language. The livery the car is based on the 1937 Le Mans-winning Bugatti Type 57G Tank racer. We’re not sure of its current whereabouts, but the one example that exists is valued at a whopping $5,160,000 USD – $18,000,000 USD. Well, the mechanics over at Mechanic Jack’s decided to create a replica, and from the ground up. Read more for two videos and additional information.
Photo credit: Luigi Memola
For those who don’t follow motorsports, Bugatti’s Type 35 was the most successful of the company’s racing models. Its version of the Bugatti arch-shaped radiator that had evolved from the more architectural one of the Bugatti Type 13 Brescia went on to become the automaker’s best known marque. Designer Luigi Memola wanted to pay tribute with a modern version, called the Type 251 EVO. This speedster concept may not win over 1,000 races like the Type 35, but its open top design is more than enough to turn some heads. Read more for additional pictures.
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Bugatti’s original Type 57S (Surbaissé) Atlantic body featured flowing coupé lines with an iconic dorsal seam running from the front to the back end of the vehicle, based on the 1935 Aérolithe concept car designed by Jean Bugatti which. In all, only 43 “Surbaissé” vehicles and two supercharged Type 57SC’s were manufactured, with the latter having power output of between 175hp – 200hp, very impressive for the time. Read more for additional pictures of the Bugatti Next-57, a modern version of this classic vehicle.
Photo credit: Miller Motorcars
The very first Bugatti Divo has arrived in the United States, and Miller Motorcars gives us a first look. This mid-engined, track-focused hypercar draws inspiration from the Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic and the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo concept. It’s powered by an 8.0L quad-turbocharged W16 engine generating 1,479 hp and 1,180 lb-ft of torque, mated to a 7-speed dual clutch automatic transmission. Read more for the video and additional information.
Limited to just 500-units worldwide, the Bugatti Baby II pays tribute to the 1920s original and is a 75-percent scale of the Type 35, making it perfect for young adults. It will be offered in four different models: the Base with a 1.4-kWh battery, Novice that can hit 12 miles per hour, Expert can hit a top speed of 30 mph (45 kph), and lastly the Vitesse, which sports a full carbon fiber body as well as a larger 2.8-kWh battery, enabling it to hit 42 mph. Read more for a video and additional information.
Limited to just 3-units worldwide and priced at a hefty $580K USD, the Bugatti Twin Turbo Furious 300+ watch is more expensive than many brand new supercars, including the 2020 Lamborghini Aventador S, Ferrari 488 Pista, McLaren 720S and Porsche 911 GT3 RS. What do you get? An asymmetrical tonneau-shaped frame made of forged carbon and black titanium, complete with a grand complication movement composed of 832 parts, and then another 88 parts in the case. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Photo credit: Fábio Martins
Designed by Fábio Martins, the Etiron is what a Bugatti Chiron-inspired nespresso capsule machine might look like. For those who don’t know how these types of machines work, they basically use hermetically sealed capsules that when pierced inside the machine, hot water is pumped under high pressure into injector holes, thus brewing the coffee inside. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Limited to just 60-units worldwide, the Bugatti Chiron Pur is a track-focused model powered by an 8.0L engine that now revs to 6,900 rpm and runs on Michelin Sport Cup 2R tires, which offer 10-percent more grip. It also comes equipped with “aero blades” wheels that channel turbulent air near the wheel down the side of the vehicle to the rear diffuser. Read more for a video of it at the Bilster Berg Circuit in Germany, additional pictures and information.
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This may not be the first Honda Civic-based Bugatti Veyron knockoff, but it’s most certainly one of the standouts. This 1993 Honda Civic coupe not only features a custom Veyron body kit, but the stock 1.6L four-cyliner engine has been upgraded with a turbocharger, blow-off valve, intercooler, cold air intake, and a fuel management system. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Photo credit: Shashank Das
Limited to just 60-units worldwide, the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport focuses on handling and increases the redline to 6,900 rpm. It’s lighter than the standard Chiron thanks to a lightweight 3D printed titanium exhaust, fixed rear spoiler and extensive use of alcantara, anodized aluminium as well as titanium on the interior. Here’s what it would look like in a stormtrooper theme, courtesy of Shashank Das. Read more for additional pictures and information.