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BUGATTI Cars History

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The company was founded in 1909 in Molsheim, France.


It quickly managed to become quite famous. This was especially facilitated by successes on race tracks.


Unfortunately, the modern Bugatti is only the heir of the once independent and legendary company that created the famous models of the luxury class.


Unfortunately, nowadays it is extremely difficult to survive by producing only cars that are not so much means of transportation as luxury items


Bugatti lost its independence back in 1963, which was preceded by serious financial problems.


The family-owned company was then absorbed by Hispano-Suiza, which also once unsuccessfully made luxury cars, but had to eventually switch to aircraft parts.


The production of Bugatti cars was stopped by the end of the 80s.


The brand was reborn in 1987, when the Italian businessman Romano Artioli bought the rights to the Bugatti brand.


This is how Bugatti Spa appeared. Soon, a car capable of breaking the speed limit of 300 km/h was presented.


Very high speeds are what distinguish Bugatti cars since then.


The Bugatti EB110 model appeared in 1991. The car, whose name included the initials of Ettore Bugatti, immediately attracted close attention.


By its capabilities, it surpassed all the creations of its competitors. Even Michael Schumacher bought it with pleasure.


However, the success could not bring enough money for the normal existence of the company.


In 1996, the company took a desperate step and absorbed another supercar manufacturer, Lotus, in the hope of using its earnings.


However, this not only did not help, but made the situation even worse.


In 1999, Bugatti Spa became part of Audi AG, which in turn belongs to Volkswagen.