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Bugatti

(Italian bʊˈɡattɪ)
n
(Biography) Ettore (Arco Isidoro) (ˈɛttore). 1881–1947, Italian car manufacturer; founder of the Bugatti car factory at Molsheim (1909)
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There was no jitter while racing through the open world of Forza Horizon 4 in a Bugati Chiron either.
Since 2013, the emirate's force has added many supercars and luxury vehicles to its fleet of patrol cars, including a Bugati Veron, a Mercedes SLS, a Bentley Continental GT, a Lamborghini Aventador, a Ferrari FF, a BMW 5 series, a Chevrolet Camaro, a Dodge Charger, and a limited edition Aston Martin One-77.
More United Arab Emirates boys will probably want to be a cop when they become adults, if only for the perks of having a Bugati Veyrons or Lamborghini Aventadors as their service vehicle.
And Answered might prove that point today, when he faces Aidan O'Brien's Carlo Bugati, winner of his only start at Galway, and the John Oxx-trained Ebasani, a debut winner at Navan.
In an interview with Access Hollywood, the 54-year-old music mogul was asked by reporter Shaun Robinson if he would be strapping a baby seat into his Bugati sports car.
TYRUR SUGAR RAY (Race 8) will be hard to catch with a good break in the last semi-final then RAZLDAZL BUGATI (Race 9) has the early pace to hold off all challengers in the first semi-final of the Champion Stakes.
Oliver Schauerte, head of customisation for mega-luxury automaker Bugati, said Middle East sales have steadily increased year on year since the Bugati Veyron Coupe, Veyron Super Sport and Ceyron Grand Sport were first offered for sale in 2005.