Bugatti – a French company specializing in the production of racing, sports and luxury cars. Even in the narrow circle of the legendary Bugatti luxury cars for a special place. Almost nobody has been able to capture the imagination of the public so as did Ettore Bugatti and his followers. Engineer and designer Ettore Bugatti (Ettore Bugatti) founded the company in 1909, he followed the path of wide application of advanced technologies in the name of efficiency and ease of mechanical design. As a result, the company came down the assembly line moving car with a guaranteed speed of 100 km/h, to control which was easy and pleasant. Model Bugatti Type 13 Bugatti trained mechanic Ernest Frederick, finished second in one of the French Grand Prix July 23, 1911. This machine was the most significant innovation on the eve of war in 1914 and the company’s base for all modifications Bugatti, up to 59 models. In the 20-ies. world famous Bugatti Type 35 model brought GP, having gotten more than a thousand victories in road racing and became famous in his time as the most successful model racing class Grand Prix. All of the exterior of the car has served one purpose – speed. The car was very stable on difficult routes through the brilliant combination of technical elegance and well-balanced handling characteristics. The four Type 40 1922 contemporaries called “Morris Cowley” by “Bugatti”. Legendary Royale – deliberately extravagant Bugatti Type 41 – issued in 1927 long wheelbase (over 4.27 m) facilitates the management model: the car was surprisingly agile on city streets. Works of art were the wheel, the spokes of which were collected from piano wire. Since 1923 the company released the luxury Bugatti Type 43 with a supercharged, good design decisions for sports Bugatti Type 35B and, although not as pronounced as the sports, but technologically carefully balanced Bugatti Type 44, deservedly crowned with laurels. In 1930, Bugatti presented at the Le Mans 24 Hours two machines, nicknamed Bug. At these competitions unprepossessing in appearance Bugatti Bug, in which was based on Type 40 design, elegant and relentlessly followed the favorites. Next in 1931 for the company was significant in connection with the advent of Type 50, radically different from its competitors in the Le Mans 24 Hours: while manufacturers of sports cars enthusiastic pursuit of horsepower and engine power, Bugatti creates a perfect for that time the engine – 8 -cylinder, double-cylinder head, 5-liter, 250 hp This model was built on the model of American racing cars, but do not copy them. Until 1937 for sports Bugatti lasted series of defeats when the Type 57, with an engine capacity of 3.3 liters and understated chassis wins in the Le Mans 24 Hours, taking the first two places, ahead of a 3-liter Alfa Romeo, 4-liter Talbot and 4.5 liter Lagonda. The most appropriate inquiries of motorists these years was the model 46 (mini-Royale), affecting its luxury. Jean Bugatti, son of Ettore Bugatti Atlantic at model shacci Type 57SC. This model for several years in vceh directories fipmy Bugatti, but poctpoena was vcego in tpeh ekzemplyapah. Vce tris ekzemplyapa car Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic survived. The tragic death of Jean Bugatti a few weeks after winning the 24-hour race in 1939, the beginning of the Second World War ended a career brand “Bugatti”. However, in the annals of racing in the Le Mans 24 Hours is the name entered in letters of gold! After the Second World War, production of cars of a class “lux” dramatically decreased, which led to financial disaster Bugatti. Oddly enough, but that Bugatti in the early postwar years tried to apply the modern approach in creating their new models. In 1947, at the motor show in Paris company showed a new model of Type 73 with a four-cylinder engine displacement of 1488 cc. see. But in August dies Ettore Bugatti and his family was not able to start production of the car at the factory in Molskhayme, although in the early 50s it was able to collect a few copies of the model Type 101, which is essentially a model, the Type 57 and It proved to be noncompetitive, because it was not interesting in design and frankly outdated technologically. In 1963 the company moved to the company Hispano-Suiza, has not engaged in cars. However, in countries such as Germany and the US, is still widespread imitation of a Bugatti heyday. At the end of the 80s. company has experienced a rebirth. Again emerges illustrious name Bugatti, when among supercars, seeking to overcome the barrier of 322 km/h, there is an extraordinary powerful car has nothing in common with classical forms Bugatti – EB110 and sports modification of the EB110 SS. In 1993 at the Geneva Motor Show the company introduced a four-door sedan EB112, created on the basis of EB110. In 1999 Bugatti brand was bought by concern VW. The first of the vehicles presented to them was the EB118 fiberglass coupé, created by stylist ItalDesign Fabrizio Giugiaro. At the Geneva Motor Show in 1999, the debut of the sedan EB218, the main feature of which was the all-aluminum body with the use of technology ASF, developed by Audi. The next step on the way to mass production of the show was the prototype EB 18/3 Chiron (Frankfurt “99), named after the famous French racing driver Louis Chiron. Created on all-wheel drive platform, Lamborghini Diablo VT supercar has become one of the major sensations of the showroom. Maximum design speed coupe is 300 km/h. After a month in Tokyo concern VW introduced another supercar – EB 18/4 Veyron. At this time, the design of the vehicle doing its own design center VW under the leadership of Hartmut Varkussa. A characteristic feature in the guise veyron – high aluminum air intakes in the rear.