Best cars from Bugatti
When we talk about luxury cars, there is no way that we don’t get to Bugatti. Bugatti is well known- and established- in context of beauty, performance and luxury. Technically over a century old, the ‘present day version’ of the company manufactures limited production, rare and sports cars. For all the Bugatti lovers, we are putting up the list of best cars from Bugatti.
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Mansory Vivere
This 2014 tune-up is up here for very obvious reasons. If this isn’t here at the top of the list, we wonder which one should be! The ‘made perfect’ black and white thing can roar up a perfect standstill to 60 miles per hour in a staggering 2.5 seconds- which is among the shortest time for any Bugatti production car. Oh well, at 254 miles per hour, it is one of the fastest cars in this universe that we know- of course- no we don’t know about ‘Alien cars’.
The 8 Litre engine can give out a whopping 1110 horsepower. Additions through the tuning include two air intakes, new diffusers, larger air outlets, new side skirts etc. integrated up with all the carbon fibre components. Ambient lighting, black and white leather interior and added luxury are among the add ups. Well, then it is a Bugatti- and a Veyron; and tuned by this amazing German tuner- Mansory- it certainly is not ‘easy to get’. It is roughly worth well above $3 million. So the already expensive Veyron makes it to best cars from Bugatti and ‘Most expensive’ cars list as well!
Engine: 8 Litre V12
Power output: 1110 Horsepower (approx.)
Current market value: $3.4 million
Top speed hit: 254 miles per hour
Gear system: seven speed DSG automatic
Here is the, you know, the ‘successor’ of the charming Bugatti Veyron- breaking the records of Veyron itself. The mid-engine two-person sports model was unveiled to the world at Geneva Motor show, 2016 (March). It can reach 60 miles per hour from a standstill in a matter of 2.4 seconds. The improved quad turbocharged 8L engine can ooze out an amazing 1500 HP. As per various specs, based on its performance, there are possibilities that Chiron’s top speed can hit 280 miles per hour- though its top speed is currently electronically limited to (still eye-watering) 261 miles per hour. Now that is one game changer!
Engine: 8 Litre quad-turbocharged W16 Engine
Power output: 1500 Horsepower
Number of units made: still under production
Current market value: $2.5 million (approx. starting)
Top speed hit: 261 miles per hour
Gear system: seven speed dual clutch transmission
Check out the outstanding world record made by Chiron
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Super Sport (the World record edition)
Here is another Bugatti with similar eye popping acceleration- it can launch to 60 miles per hour in just 2.5 sec. What’s about the ‘world record’ thing? Well, as of 2010, this model held the Guinness World Record title as the ‘World’s fastest production car’ with a top speed of 268 miles per hour. Designed particularly with focus on safety for the speed that it has, it comes with improved aerodynamics to keep the balance. With the production limited to just 30, the Veyron Super Sport is worth the price tag that it carries.
Engine: 8 litre quad-turbocharged W16 petrol engine
Power output: 1200 Horsepower
Number of units made: 5
Current market value: $3 million (approx.)
Top speed hit: 268 miles per hour
Gear system: seven speed automatic transmission
Bugatti 16C Galibier
Galibier is a 2009 front engine luxury concept car from Bugatti, unveiled at a limited-invite event in France. The acclaimed acceleration time for 0 to 60 is 3 seconds, and the 8 litre twin supercharged engine did offer some great performance (though the figures are not clearly market out). The top speed supposedly exceeds 235 miles mark. Its production version was supposed to hit markets by 2014, but due to some reasons, the automaker cut it off. We would still think it could have made one great car- still would be among the most expensive sedans!
Engine: 8.0 L twin-supercharged W16 engine
Power output: around 950 HP
Number of units made: concept car
Current market value: $2.3 million
Top speed hit: 235 miles per hour
Gear system: eight speed automatic transmission
Though the list was all about those latest Bugatti models, we were compelled to include this one old man in the list. Let’s face it, we find this rare model absolutely charming. Made particularly for Royal clients with all the royal charm, Bugatti Royale qualifies to be among the largest cars in the world. Even with that big body and weight, its performance is quite amazing for a ‘20s model.
The model was under production from 1927-1933. Only six of this charming old day luxury was built and all had a distinct look. Due to the Great Depression period, just 3 of them made their way to external customers- only that none were exactly sold to royals. Though its value did decline in-between, one of them- the 1931 model fetched as high as $9.76 million in an auction.
Engine: 12.7 litre straight 8
Power output: 300 Horsepower
Number of units made: 7 (including one prototype- 6 still exists)
Current market value: $9.76 million (top auction price)
Top speed hit: 122 miles per hour
Gear system: three speed manual
Let us know in the comment section if your favourite Bugatti made it to the best cars list.