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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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Named after Louis Chiron multiple winner of Grands Prix for Bugatti in the 1920s and 30s and the marques most successful driver the Bugatti Chiron boasts a Ricardo designed and manufactured seven speed Dual Clutch Transmission (DCT).
Bugatti is well aware of the dangers implicit both in anthropomorphizing animals and in treating them with too little humanity.
The model is still in development and is called the Atlantic, a model name that dates back to a Bugatti model from 1936.
A location of this significance and appeal for our brand has earned a superlative showroom," said Dr Stefan Brungs, Member of the Board of Management of Bugatti Automobiles and responsible for Sales, Marketing, and Customer Service.
The impressive list of cars was topped off by the PS2million Bugatti but it also included a PS600,000 Porsche 918 Spyder, a Lamborghini Countach and some family hatcbacks, such as the VW Golf R.
That C shape echoes the florid signature of Ettore Bugatti, the company's founder, while a spine-like buttress arcing above the engine housing stretches back 80 years to the Type 57SC Atlantic, an art deco masterpiece that--were either of the two original models ever sold--would likely become the world's most expensive car.
Damac's 5-bedroom Bugatti villas are limited to eight units and will be built within Damac's Akoya Oxygen project on the outskirts of Dubai.
Auctioneer John Crane, of Cato Crane in, Liverpool, had just hammered down two chairs by Carlo Bugatti, sent for sale from a local home, for PS4,700 and was counting his luck.
Bugatti was Italian, but lived and worked in France, and was influenced greatly by the North African and Islamic cultures.
Ziad El Chaar, MD for Damac, said: "The Ettore 971 Bugatti Styled Villas at Akoya Oxygen are the true expression of ultimate luxury living.
Ettore 971 is named after Ettore Bugatti, the founder of the French luxury super sports car brand Bugatti, and '971' signifying the UAE's international code.
Dubai Police are seeing double -- after seemingly adding another Bugatti Veyron supercar to their fleet of super patrol cars.