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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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The Bugatti has now been unveiled as the highlight of Bonham's Retromobile car show and sale in Paris on February 7.
"With the Centodieci we pay homage to the EB110 super sports car which was built in the 1990s and is very much a part of our tradition-steeped history," Stephan Winkelmann, Bugatti president said in a statement.
It was designed in 1934 by Jean Bugatti, eldest son of company founder, Ettore Bugatti and only 4 were produced.
"La Voiture Noire" -- French for "The Black Car" -- is a low-slung sports car with a huge 16-cylinder engine and Bugatti's trademark front grille.
Speaking about it, Lamoure said in a video about those cars, aACoeClearly, this is the stuff of dreams and as it's a Bugatti, it's even more magical.aACA[yen]
Bugatti's factory in France turned out about 8,000 vehicles in total, including some of the most successful racing machinery of the 1920s and '30s as well as small runs of luxury cars from 1910-'57, 10 years after his death at age 66.
Bugatti is well aware of the dangers implicit both in anthropomorphizing animals and in treating them with too little humanity.
As such, the Arabian peninsula is "one of Bugatti's key sales markets", accounting for 26 per cent of orders received for the Chiron.
The world's first homes designed around the Bugatti French sports car are set to be completed by 2020, Damac official said.
Carlo Bugatti (1856-1940) is one of Europe's finest designers of all time.