Variant: 16.4 (UK Supplied) Since 2005, the fastest, most powerful production supercar in the world has been the Bugatti Veyron 16.4, named for Pierre Veyron, winner of the 1939 24 Hours of Le Mans race for Bugatti, and its 16-cylinder quad-turbocharged engine. The 2005 Veyron was based on the Bentley Hunaudieres concept and manufactured at Bugatti’s traditional home in Molsheim in Alsace, France. It was designed by Hartmut Warkuss, with Jozef Kaban responsible for the body and Wolfgang Schreiber directing the engineering. Volkswagen officials recorded a top speed of 253.81 mph at the company’s test track. The Veyron requires a total of 10 radiators: three to cool the engine, three for the heat exchangers and one each for the air conditioning, transmission, differential and engine oil. Performance is nothing short of spectacular and Bugatti claims 0–200 km/h (124.3 mph) in 7.3 seconds and 0–300 km/h (186.4 mph) in 16.8 seconds. The Michelin PAX run-flat tyres are specifically made for the car to handle the extraordinary speed. Whilst the Veyron is no lightweight, weighing in at 4,162 lbs., its 1,001 horsepower W-16 engine certainly helps it stay light on its feet. This incredible car was originally delivered to the UK 2007 and registered in April. The car had 3 owners and has only covered 8,000 km (Approx 5,000 miles) from new and comes complete with service history/books, MOT, handbooks, charger, PDA and speed key. The car has been known to H.R. Owen Bugatti all its life and the services have been stamped in the book. Much like the great Bugattis of the past, the Veyron is a masterpiece of engineering and design. There is so much that can be said of this car. It was the quickest accelerating and decelerating street legal production car in the world and the world’s fastest, with a recorded top speed of 253.19 mph. It was also the most expensive, at about $1.25 million each its was also named “Car of the Decade” by the BBC television show Top Gear. Statistics aside, the Veyron certainly lives up to its namesake and will continue to do so with the past, present and future legends of Bugatti.
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This car is currently not at Fantasy Junction but can be viewed by appointment. 1929 Bugatti Type 40 Jean Bugatti Roadster s/n 40845, engine no. 769 Two Tone Red and Black with Black Leather Interior Built in the heyday of Bugatti’s illustrious Grand Prix successes, the Type 40 was among the company’s smallest offerings, but incorporated many of the same innovations that distinguished the company’s cars both on and off the track. The engine was virtually identically to that of the Type 37 Grand Prix car, a single overhead camshaft inline four with three valves per cylinder. A 4-speed gearbox transmitted power to the rear wheels. A total of 775 examples were built, of which just 42 wore the most sporting and beautiful “Jean Bugatti Roadster” bodywork, itself adapted from the stunning open bodywork he had designed for the eight-cylinder Type 43A. Of the 42 Type 40s built with this bodywork, just 13 survive today, and this is an exceptionally original example that retains its original body, frame, engine, and gearbox. Jean Bugatti personally kept the first Type 40 with this bodywork, finished in the same color that this car wears: two tone black and red. Originally ordered by Bugatti’