Bugatti as a company is well over 100 years of age with its first model introduction, the Type 2 in 1901. In 1903 a 12.3 litre Type 5 race car was unveiled using a tubular frame chassis. Various race cars were debuted with success to some degree until the ‘golden age’ with the Type 35. With a total of 500 race victories in a span of just under 2 years and 2000 race victories within a decade, the Type 35 became the most successful race car of all time.
Notable models thereafter include the Type 57 Atlantic of the 1930’s and after much ownership changes, the EB series honouring Ettore Bugatti’s 110th birth anniversary. The 21st century eventually brought the world the Veyron 16.4 study leading up to their current model range.