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Bugatti

Ettore (Arco Isidoro) . 1881--1947, Italian car manufacturer; founder of the Bugatti car factory at Molsheim (1909)
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Initially, it would be traffic enforcers who would be issued the Google Glass, which costs $1,500 in the US, to cut traffic violations and monitor overspeeding vehicles - the reason behind the use of the expensive Bugati and Lamborghini cars.
He estimated that more than 100 Bugatis of the total 330 now delivered in the last five years have been delivered to the Middle East at an average price tag of 1.3 million Euros for each vehicle.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Laura Ashley Hereford chaise longue,in aubergine velvet, pounds 900; Bugati single chair in leather by De Sede from Renka, www.renkaliving.co.uk; MeganPark's exquisite-and expensive -collection of beaded,handstitched and embroidered cushions and throws.
It contrasts with the Bugati single chair, from pounds 3,579, named after the famous 30s racing car.
m A Com A promising third to War Command on debut at Leopardstown in June, Weld's charge is the undoubted form pick and should prove tough to beat despite the presence of a couple of Ballydoyle debutants, notably the Montjeu colt Carlo Bugati.
Kyle has no plans to imitate fellow Scot Amy Macdonald, who has vowed to buy herself a pounds 1million Bugati Veyron if she sells more albums.