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- The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, is a large luxury car with a 4.3 m wheelbase and 6.4 m overall length. It weighs approximately 3175 kg and uses a 12.7 L straight-8 engine. For comparison, against the modern Rolls-Royce Phantom, the Royale is about 20% longer, and more than 25% heavier. This makes the Royale one of the largest cars in the world. Ettore Bugatti planned to build twenty-five of these cars, sell them to royalty and to be the most luxurious car ever. But even European royalty was not buying such things during the Great Depression, and Bugatti was able to sell only three of the six made.... more
- Photo: Metaweb (FB) / Public domainThe Bugatti Type 101 is a motor car made by Bugatti in 1951 and 1952. In order to restart production after World War II and the deaths of Ettore Bugatti and his son Jean, the Type 101 was developed from the pre-war Type 57. Seven chassis were built; these were bodied by four different coachbuilders: Gangloff, Guilloré, Antem, and Ghia, the last to a design by Virgil Exner. The 101 was powered by the 3.3 L straight-8 from the Type 57.... more
- Photo: Metaweb (FB) / Public domainThe Bugatti Type 46 was a car produced by the Bugatti company from 1929 to 1936.... more
- The Type 51 series succeeded the famous Type 35 as Bugatti's premier racing car for the 1930s. Unlike the dominant Type 35s of the prior decade, the Type 51 were unable to compete with the government-supported German and Italian offerings.... more