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$4,899,000

548 miles

Mont-Royal, QC

TOYZ autoart

$4,899,000

1,626 miles

Toronto, ON

Grand Touring Automobiles

$4,199,995

414 miles

Ville Mont-Royal, QC

Automobiles Etcetera

$3,799,998

761 miles

Toronto, ON

Grand Touring Automobiles

$3,600,000

1,011 miles

Beverly Hills, CA

Private seller

$3,595,000

2,326 miles

St. Louis, MO

Holman Motorcars St. Louis

$3,390,000

3,716 miles

Boca Raton, FL

Exotics Hunter

$3,200,995

4,067 miles

Davie, FL

Lamborghini Broward

$2,399,999

11,300 miles

Los Angeles, CA

Wires Only

$1,895,000

6,698 miles

Miami, FL

Limited Spec Automotive

$1,849,900

8,120 miles

Boca Raton, FL

Atlantis Motor Group

$1,750,000

2,000 miles

West Hollywood, CA

Private seller

$1,699,800

10,890 miles

West Chicago, IL

Chicago Motor Cars

$65,300

100 miles

Linden, NJ

E&R Classics

$65,050

12,405 miles

Linden, NJ

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Blenheim, ON

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Culver City, CA

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393 miles

Grosse Pointe, Michigan

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4,100 miles

Greenwich, CT

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5,370 miles

West Chicago, IL

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Blenheim, ON

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Greenwich, CT

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512 miles

Grosse Pointe, Michigan

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Blenheim, ON

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2,758 miles

Greenwich, CT

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Blenheim, ON

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Volkswagen AG acquired the brand in 1997, and seven years later the sports car was alive. Its first regular production car, the Bugatti Veyron was available September of 2005. Today the brand is exclusively available, with only 11 Bugatti dealerships in the United States.


When someone says the word “Bugatti,” it elicits visions of insane speed, massive engines, unmatched styling, and, of course, the ever-famous, every-high Bugatti price. But the name comes from a family of prodigious talent across multiple generations and genres, and from the talent of a young Italian man named Ettore. Born in 1881, Ettore built his first car at the age of 19, with construction so remarkable he won international recognition.  


He worked for various manufacturers before beginning production on his own line of cars in 1909. The first automobiles to carry his family name were the Bugatti T13s, an extremely lightweight car. A Bugatti for sale in the USA is constructed at an old dyeworks factory in Molsheim, France, with model after model gaining prestige and recognition for the quality of design and racing abilities. Sadly, in 1939, Ettore was forced by Nazi occupiers to sell his Molsheim plant not long after his son Jean was killed while test-driving the Type 57.


Ettore attempted to revive the brand and took one victory at Le Mans after the war ended, but the marque’s decline officially began after he passed away in 1947.


After decades of little-to-no activity, an Italian entrepreneur bought the Bugatti company in 1987, creating Bugatti Automobili SpA, and soon after, the EB110 was created. Bugatti was back, and ready to grow. Bugatti is taking the automotive world by storm again with the new Chiron. Stay tuned.


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