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Named after development engineer and racing driver Pierre Veyron, the EB 16.4 in the nomenclature refers to Ettore Bugatti, sixteen cylinders, and the quad-turbo setup.
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Bugatti Veyron Bugatti Veyron >> Bugatti Veyron 16 4 Grand Sport Vitesse

The Bugatti Veyron was first mentioned at the 1999 Tokyo Motor Show and the car was green lit for production in 2001 with the first car coming off the product line in 2005. The Bugatti Veyron is available in coupe and roadster versions and holds the world record as the fastest production car with a top speed of in excess of 400km/h.
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Bugatti Veyron Bugatti Veyron >> Bugatti Veyron 16 4 Grand Sport Vitesse