Once again, like many automakers at the beginning of the automobile era, Bugatti was a family business. Ettore's eldest son, Jean, took over the company in the late 1920s. Jean was responsible for (among other automobiles) the Type 41, known as the "Royale" for his intended real customers. The huge 13-liter luxury car costs twice as much as a contemporary Rolls-Royce and never found many buyers, despite the ornament of the dancing elephant hood sculpted by Ettore's brother, Rembrandt. Jean died during a test trip in 1939, and Ettore returned to take the helm. After Ettore's death in 1947, the youngest son Roland led the company.
After the Second World War, many European car companies struggled to survive. Instead of filing for bankruptcy, Bugatti closed its doors. But 30 years later, a super sports fever swept the world. The Italian Romano Artioli revived the brand, but not the Molsheim factory, presenting the EB110 in time for the 110th birthday of Ettore Bugatti in 1991. Despite the small horseshoe-shaped grid, only 150 EB110s were produced, and the return was interrupted in 1995.
In 1998, the German automaker Volkswagen bought the name Bugatti and reopened the factory in Molsheim (not exactly the same facility, but a new and modern one). In 2005, the company fulfilled its promise to live up to the speed and luxury standards of Ettore Bugatti with the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 and the million-dollar supercar with more than 1000 horsepower, and with its distinctive grille in horseshoe shape.
The range of cars with LPG Autogas offered by the bugatti brand in USA has been extended with the approval of equipment to retrofit their cars:
A new bugatti LPG / Propane Model of van in USA usually maintains the same gasoline system as the traditional version incorporating the LPG / Propane equipment
the bugatti LPG / Propane van has a price slightly higher than the gasoline version but lower than the diesel version
Although it can be established that operating in LPG / Propane mode the vehicle consumes a little more than gasoline, the price of fuel has an interesting saving
The refilling from the supplier is carried out in a time comparable to that necessary for refueling gasoline. The system is, likewise, very simple and comfortable.
Being a cleaner system, catalytic converters, filters, "adblues" are eliminated, which reduces the possibility of mechanical breakdowns. Thus, for example, the service life of the oil increases with what it means for motor care
The first cities begin to limit the access of diesel vehicles, in their restrictive regulations vehicles with LPG have access advantages
The Bugatti Chiron is the most powerful production car in the world currently on sale. With a 2.0-liter four-cylinder W16 engine that produces 1479 hp and 1600 Nm of torque, the Chiron can launch the 0-100 km / h sprint in less than 2.5 seconds and has a maximum speed limit of 420 km / h. h (limited for security reasons). However, like all other cars in the world, Chiron must go through tests that determine its fuel economy and emission figures to prepare it for the different markets in which it is sold. Such proof revealed the power of Bugatti. mileage.
The United States Environmental Protection Agency finally published the Chiron mileage figures according to the Agency's test criteria. The Chiron returned a combined mileage of 11 miles per gallon (MPG), which translates to an average 9mpg 4.67kpl (3.82kpl) in the city and 14mpg (5.95kpl) on the highway.
The Chiron is equipped with a 100-liter fuel tank that, at its maximum speed of 420 km / h, empties in just 9 minutes. The fact that Chiron prefers high-octane fuel (98 octane) should make it the favorite of all service stations in its vicinity.
Despite its rather poor fuel economy figures, the Chiron is actually more economical than its predecessor, the Bugatti Veyron, which returns 10mpg (4.25kpl). The Bugatti Chiron is that less fuel does not bother the owners so much Chiron since the hypercars French manufacturer says that the average Bugatti customer has about 84 cars, 3 jets and 1 yacht. With collections like this, most Chirons will end up being low-mileage museum pieces for special occasions, which is a real shame.
The ability to adapt the engine to the consumption of LPG will always be available, as well as the awareness of taking another step towards the preservation of the planet. p>