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Stock Photo #4093-5564, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-5553, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-16738, Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury c...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times
Stock Photo #4093-16588, An interior detail view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the l
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An interior detail view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most e...
An interior detail view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the l
Stock Photo #4093-5562, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-16777, 1932 Bugatti Type 54 interior detail gauges. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built. inside meters
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1932 Bugatti Type 54 interior detail gauges. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223...
1932 Bugatti Type 54 interior detail gauges. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built. inside meters
Stock Photo #4093-16757, 1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster action rear. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new low hoo
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1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster action rear. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbais...
1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster action rear. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new low hoo
Stock Photo #4093-5563, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-16586, Engine view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendary Ita
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Engine view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive str...
Engine view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendary Ita
Stock Photo #4093-5547, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road with f-18 jet
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Stock Photo #4093-16766, Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus profile beauty. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type 40. The
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Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus profile beauty. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who r...
Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus profile beauty. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type 40. The
Stock Photo #4093-8708, 2006 Bugatti Veyron
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Stock Photo #4093-5555, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-16786, Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty front 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
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Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty front 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork wo...
Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty front 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
Stock Photo #4093-16748, Bugatti Royale Type 41 profile front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied sever
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 profile front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme ...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 profile front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied sever
Stock Photo #4093-16596, An action shot of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendary
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An action shot of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive ...
An action shot of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendary
Stock Photo #4093-16782, Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty nose front detail. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
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Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty nose front detail. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bod...
Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty nose front detail. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
Stock Photo #4093-27135, 2006 Veyron Bugatti Blue White
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Stock Photo #4093-16787, Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty front 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
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Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty front 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork wo...
Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty front 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
Stock Photo #4093-16743, Bugatti Royale Type 41 beauty detail elephant hood ornament. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been re
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 beauty detail elephant hood ornament. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the m...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 beauty detail elephant hood ornament. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been re
Stock Photo #4093-16768, Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus profile action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type 40. The
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Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus profile action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who r...
Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus profile action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type 40. The
Stock Photo #4093-16589, An interior detail view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the l
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An interior detail view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most e...
An interior detail view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the l
Stock Photo #4093-16756, 1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty front 3/4 detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the
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1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty front 3/4 detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood...
1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty front 3/4 detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the
Stock Photo #4093-5556, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-16761, 1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty rear 3/4 overhead. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under th
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1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty rear 3/4 overhead. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stoo...
1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty rear 3/4 overhead. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under th
Stock Photo #4093-5549, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-16779, 1932 Bugatti Type 54 interior detail gauges. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built. inside meters
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1932 Bugatti Type 54 interior detail gauges. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223...
1932 Bugatti Type 54 interior detail gauges. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built. inside meters
Stock Photo #4093-16729, Bugatti Royale Type 41 beauty detail nose. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several tim
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 beauty detail nose. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 beauty detail nose. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several tim
Stock Photo #4093-16754, 1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty interior detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the
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1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty interior detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood ...
1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty interior detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the
Stock Photo #4093-16737, Bugatti Royale Type 41 engine detail. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times. T
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 engine detail. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 engine detail. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times. T
Stock Photo #4093-16788, Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty rear 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
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Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty rear 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won...
Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty rear 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
Stock Photo #4093-5574, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-16739, Bugatti Royale Type 41 interior detail dashboard. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied seve
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 interior detail dashboard. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 interior detail dashboard. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied seve
Stock Photo #4093-16791, Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty front nose. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
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Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty front nose. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork w...
Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty front nose. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
Stock Photo #4093-16790, Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty rear 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
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Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty rear 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won...
Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty rear 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
Stock Photo #4093-16522, 1930's Bugatti Royales
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Stock Photo #4093-16792, 1937 Bugatti Type 57S Gangloff beauty front 3/4. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new lo
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1937 Bugatti Type 57S Gangloff beauty front 3/4. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for su...
1937 Bugatti Type 57S Gangloff beauty front 3/4. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new lo
Stock Photo #4093-16741, Bugatti Royale Type 41 interior detail dashboard. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied seve
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 interior detail dashboard. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 interior detail dashboard. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied seve
Stock Photo #4093-16523, 1929 Bugatti Royales 251M 251-M Doouble Berline
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Stock Photo #4093-5567, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-16526, 1937 Bugatti T-57 T57 Tank
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1937 Bugatti T-57 T57 Tank
Stock Photo #4093-16776, 1932 Bugatti Type 54 front nose detail beauty. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built.
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1932 Bugatti Type 54 front nose detail beauty. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (2...
1932 Bugatti Type 54 front nose detail beauty. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built.
Stock Photo #4093-16593, A rear 3/4 view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendary
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A rear 3/4 view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive...
A rear 3/4 view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendary
Stock Photo #4093-16749, 1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster profile action. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new low
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1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster profile action. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surb...
1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster profile action. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new low
Stock Photo #4093-16774, 1932 Bugatti Type 54 rear 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built.
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1932 Bugatti Type 54 rear 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) an...
1932 Bugatti Type 54 rear 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built.
Stock Photo #4093-16758, 1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty rear 3/4. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new low
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1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty rear 3/4. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for sur...
1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty rear 3/4. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new low
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Stock Photo #4093-16731, Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury c...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times
Stock Photo #4093-16789, Bugatti Type 57 tank action front 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
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Bugatti Type 57 tank action front 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork wo...
Bugatti Type 57 tank action front 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
Stock Photo #4093-16764, Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus nose front 3/4 action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type
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Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus nose front 3/4 action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French drive...
Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus nose front 3/4 action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type
Stock Photo #4093-16594, An action shot of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendary
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An action shot of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive ...
An action shot of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendary
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Stock Photo #4093-16755, 1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty nose headlights detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine und
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1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty nose headlights detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S...
1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty nose headlights detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine und
Stock Photo #4093-16736, Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury c...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times
Stock Photo #4093-5550, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-16762, Bugatti Type 37 Rene Dreyfus front 3/4 action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type 40.
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Bugatti Type 37 Rene Dreyfus front 3/4 action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver wh...
Bugatti Type 37 Rene Dreyfus front 3/4 action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type 40.
Stock Photo #4093-16773, 1932 Bugatti Type 54 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built.
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1932 Bugatti Type 54 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) a...
1932 Bugatti Type 54 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built.
Stock Photo #4093-16747, Bugatti Royale Type 41 profile front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied sever
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 profile front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme ...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 profile front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied sever
Stock Photo #4093-16597, An action shot of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendary
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An action shot of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive ...
An action shot of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendary
Stock Photo #4093-16771, Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus front nose action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type 40.
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Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus front nose action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver wh...
Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus front nose action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type 40.
Stock Photo #4093-5575, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-16587, An interior view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendar
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An interior view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensiv...
An interior view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendar
Stock Photo #4093-9598, Bugatti Veyron 16.4 . Understanding the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 requires embracing the company's art on wheels philosophy. As art it is both sleek and brutal with an 8.0-liter 16-cylinder quad-turbocharged engine producing 1 001 horsepower and a recorded top speed of 253 mph. Bugatti has been building limited numbers of legendary cars in Molsheim France since 1909 and only 300 Veyrons will be produced at a rate of 50 to 60 per year.
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Bugatti Veyron 16.4 . Understanding the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 requires embracing the company's art on wheels philosophy. As art...
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 . Understanding the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 requires embracing the company's art on wheels philosophy. As art it is both sleek and brutal with an 8.0-liter 16-cylinder quad-turbocharged engine producing 1 001 horsepower and a recorded top speed of 253 mph. Bugatti has been building limited numbers of legendary cars in Molsheim France since 1909 and only 300 Veyrons will be produced at a rate of 50 to 60 per year.
Stock Photo #4093-16746, Bugatti Royale Type 41 beauty detail elephant hood ornament. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been re
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 beauty detail elephant hood ornament. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the m...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 beauty detail elephant hood ornament. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been re
Stock Photo #4093-16591, A front 3/4 view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendar
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A front 3/4 view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensiv...
A front 3/4 view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendar
Stock Photo #4093-16763, Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus front nose action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type 40.
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Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus front nose action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver wh...
Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus front nose action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type 40.
Stock Photo #4093-5568, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-16730, Bugatti Royale Type 41 detail wheel suspension. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied severa
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 detail wheel suspension. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme l...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 detail wheel suspension. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied severa
Stock Photo #4093-16742, Bugatti Royale Type 41 interior detail rear seats. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied sev
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 interior detail rear seats. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extrem...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 interior detail rear seats. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied sev
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Stock Photo #4093-16770, Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus front nose action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type 40.
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Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus front nose action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver wh...
Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus front nose action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type 40.
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Stock Photo #4093-16793, 1937 Bugatti Type 57S Gangloff beauty profile. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new low
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1937 Bugatti Type 57S Gangloff beauty profile. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surb...
1937 Bugatti Type 57S Gangloff beauty profile. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new low
Stock Photo #4093-16780, 1932 Bugatti Type 54 badge detail. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built.
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1932 Bugatti Type 54 badge detail. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and o...
1932 Bugatti Type 54 badge detail. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built.
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Stock Photo #4093-16778, 1932 Bugatti Type 54 interior detail. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built. inside meters
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1932 Bugatti Type 54 interior detail. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) an...
1932 Bugatti Type 54 interior detail. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built. inside meters
Stock Photo #4093-5551, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-5548, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road with f-18 jet
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Stock Photo #4093-16745, Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury c...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times
Stock Photo #4093-16781, Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty rear 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
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Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty rear 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won...
Bugatti Type 57 tank beauty rear 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
Stock Photo #4093-16598, An action shot of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendary
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Stock Photo #4093-16769, Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus nose front 3/4 action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type
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Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus nose front 3/4 action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French drive...
Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus nose front 3/4 action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type
Stock Photo #4093-27132, 2006 Veyron Bugatti Blue White
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Stock Photo #4093-16585, 2007 Bugatti Veyron being built at the factory. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the leg
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2007 Bugatti Veyron being built at the factory. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most exp...
2007 Bugatti Veyron being built at the factory. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the leg
Stock Photo #4093-16590, An interior detail view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the l
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An interior detail view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most e...
An interior detail view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the l
Stock Photo #4093-16783, Bugatti Type 57 tank action front 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
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Bugatti Type 57 tank action front 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork wo...
Bugatti Type 57 tank action front 3/4. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
Stock Photo #4093-5557, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-9597, Bugatti Veyron 16.4 . Understanding the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 requires embracing the company's art on wheels philosophy. As art it is both sleek and brutal with an 8.0-liter 16-cylinder quad-turbocharged engine producing 1 001 horsepower and a recorded top speed of 253 mph. Bugatti has been building limited numbers of legendary cars in Molsheim France since 1909 and only 300 Veyrons will be produced at a rate of 50 to 60 per year.
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Bugatti Veyron 16.4 . Understanding the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 requires embracing the company's art on wheels philosophy. As art...
Bugatti Veyron 16.4 . Understanding the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 requires embracing the company's art on wheels philosophy. As art it is both sleek and brutal with an 8.0-liter 16-cylinder quad-turbocharged engine producing 1 001 horsepower and a recorded top speed of 253 mph. Bugatti has been building limited numbers of legendary cars in Molsheim France since 1909 and only 300 Veyrons will be produced at a rate of 50 to 60 per year.
Stock Photo #4093-5559, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-16775, 1932 Bugatti Type 54 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built.
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1932 Bugatti Type 54 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) a...
1932 Bugatti Type 54 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 54 was a Grand Prix car of 1932. The engine put out 300 hp (223 kW) and only 4 or 5 were built.
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Stock Photo #4093-16784, Bugatti Type 57 tank interior detail. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race. view of inside
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Bugatti Type 57 tank interior detail. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won...
Bugatti Type 57 tank interior detail. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race. view of inside
Stock Photo #4093-16735, Bugatti Royale Type 41 rear detail. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times. The
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 rear detail. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars e...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 rear detail. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times. The
Stock Photo #4093-16753, 1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty engine detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the ne
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1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty engine detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood fo...
1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty engine detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the ne
Stock Photo #4093-16785, Bugatti Type 57 tank action front 3/4 profile. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
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Bugatti Type 57 tank action front 3/4 profile. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bod...
Bugatti Type 57 tank action front 3/4 profile. In 1936 the famous Type 57 G (a lightened S chassis) with streamlined Tank bodywork won the French Grand Prix. A year later a similar car won the Le Mans 24-hour race.
Stock Photo #4093-16752, 1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty front 3/4. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new lo
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1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty front 3/4. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for su...
1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty front 3/4. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new lo
Stock Photo #4093-5566, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-16524, 1929 Bugatti Royales 251M 251-M Doouble Berline
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Stock Photo #4093-16595, An action shot of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendary
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Stock Photo #4093-27133, 2006 Veyron Bugatti Blue White
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Stock Photo #4093-16750, 1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster profile action. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new low
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1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster profile action. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surb...
1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster profile action. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new low
Stock Photo #4093-27134, 2006 Veyron Bugatti Blue White
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Stock Photo #4093-5573, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-16772, Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus driver detail static. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type 4
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Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus driver detail static. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver...
Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus driver detail static. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type 4
Stock Photo #4093-16525, 1937 Bugatti T-57 T57 Tank
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Stock Photo #4093-5576, 2007 Bugatti Veyron on an empty road
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Stock Photo #4093-16767, Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus interior detail action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type
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Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus interior detail action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driv...
Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus interior detail action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type
Stock Photo #4093-16760, 1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty nose detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new
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1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty nose detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for ...
1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty nose detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new
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Stock Photo #4093-16732, Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury c...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times
Stock Photo #4093-16734, Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury c...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times
Stock Photo #4093-16740, Bugatti Royale Type 41 interior detail dashboard. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied seve
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 interior detail dashboard. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 interior detail dashboard. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied seve
Stock Photo #4093-16744, Bugatti Royale Type 41 profile front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied sever
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 profile front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme ...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 profile front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied sever
Stock Photo #4093-16592, A front 3/4 view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendar
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A front 3/4 view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensiv...
A front 3/4 view of a 2007 Bugatti Veyron. The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 is currently the fastest, most powerful, and most expensive street-legal full production car in the world, with a proven top speed of 253 mph (407.5 km/h), though several faster or more expensive vehicles have been produced on a limited basis.[1] It reached full production in September 2005. The car is built by Volkswagen AG subsidiary Bugatti Automobiles SAS in its Molsheim (Alsace, France) factory and is sold under the legendar
Stock Photo #4093-16527, 1937 Bugatti T-57 T57 Tank
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Stock Photo #4093-16759, 1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty nose detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new
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1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty nose detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for ...
1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty nose detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the new
Stock Photo #4093-16733, Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times
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Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury c...
Bugatti Royale Type 41 front 3/4 beauty. The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is one of the most extreme luxury cars ever built. It was enormous, with a 4300 mm (169.3 in) wheelbase and 6.4 m (21 ft) overall length. It weighed approximately 3175 kg (7000 lb) and used a massive 12.7 L (12763 cc/778 in¬?) straight-8. All six production Royales still exist (the prototype was sadly destroyed in an accident in 1931), and each wears a different body, some having been rebodied several times
Stock Photo #4093-16751, 1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty engine detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the ne
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1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty engine detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood fo...
1936 Bugatti Type 57S Roadster beauty engine detail. The Type 57 S / SC is one of the best-known Bugatti cars. The S stood for surbaissé (lowered), though most felt it stood for sport. It included a v-shaped dip at the bottom of the radiator and mesh grilles on either side of the engine compartment. Lowering the car was a major undertaking. The rear axle now passed through the rear frame rather than riding under it, and a dry-sump lubrication system was required to fit the engine under the ne
Stock Photo #4093-16765, Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus nose front 3/4 action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type
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Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus nose front 3/4 action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French drive...
Bugatti Type37 Rene Dreyfus nose front 3/4 action. Ren?© Dreyfus (born May 6, 1905 - died August 16, 1993) was a French driver who raced automobiles for 14 years in the 1920s and 1930s, the Golden Era of Grand Prix motor racing. The Type 35 chassis and body were reused on the Type 37 sports car. Fitted with a new 1.5 L (1496 cc/91 in¬?) straight-4 engine, 290 Type 37s were built. This engine was an SOHC 3-valve design and produced 60 hp (44 kW). The same engine went on to be used in the Type

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