Ettore Bugatti automobile is a French high speed car producer established in 1909 in the German city of Molsheim Alsace. Bugatti cars were known for their design and beauty and also for their race triumphs. Some of the popular Bugattis include type 35 grand prix cars, type 57 Atlantic, type 55 sports car, and type 41 Royale.
At present the brand is owned and managed by the German automobile producing group Volkswagen after the death of Ettore Bugatti in 1947, which signified the end of the brand.
This Grander Sport Vitesse has 1200 horses in command and within 2.6 seconds it can reach 100 km/hr speed from 0. On normal roads it can reach a maximum speed of 375 km/hr. Its 16-cylinder engine is enough to develop 122 bhp, which is 200 times more than any standard car.