Bugatti

  • Bugatti has unveiled a stunning, one-off, Chiron-based tribute to the famous Type 57 SC Atlantic at the Geneva Motor Show. La Voiture Noire, meaning "The Black Car," had already sold for a hefty US$12.3 million before the covers were ripped off.
  • Car auctions have made the digital transition far better than most industries, and while we may no longer have the rampant bull market of a few years ago, the collectible car industry looks in better shape than ever. Here's a selection of the more interesting lots that sold in Paris.
  • Paris gave birth to the automotive industry, held the world's first motor show, was the birthplace of motorsport, and now through the annual Retromobile celebration, Paris offers the finest in automobilia available. ​Here's a sampling of the remarkable objects available this year.
  • The 2018 Peninsula Classics Best of the Best Award, the defacto world championship for concours cars, will be announced in Paris on February 7, 2019. The eight contenders for the award have already won major concours events during 2018. Here's our rundown of the cars in contention.
  • One of two major automotive Concours d'Elegance and supercar shows held in London last weekend, Salon Privé ran two events: the Chubb Insurance Concours d'Elegance and the Concours Masters Celebration of 70 Years of Porsche.
  • The Concours of Elegance (UK) is a more recent fixture on the British Automotive heritage calendar, having been first held in 2012, but it has established itself as one of the premier such events in the world in a very short time.​
  • The Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance was held last Sunday, with 209 of the most celebrated examples of automotive art displayed on the 18th fairway of Pebble Beach Golf Course, just outside Monterey in California. ​Here are the pick of the pics taken by Angus MacKenzie and Somer Hooker at the event.
  • Monterey Car Week is an auction venue like no other on the planet. Six major auctions occur during 72 hours, all within a few miles of each other, with a third of a billion dollars in sales. Here are the top 200 cars which caught our eye during the Monterey sales.
  • Bugatti has released its newest hypercar at Monterey. The Divo is significantly slower than the Chiron it's based on, topping out at "just" 236 mph (380 km/h) - but it's so much better in the corners that it's 8 seconds faster around a track. It's also twice as expensive, and already sold out.
  • Bugatti hasn't released a convertible version of the Chiron just yet, but it's now giving buyers a way to put a little more sunlight overhead. The optional Sky View roof opens up views of the great, big blue above with twin glass panels, adding a little bit of touring luxury to the hyper-coupe.
  • There are many elite automobile auctions in Europe each year, but few compare with Bonhams Goodwood Festival of Speed sale​. This year saw some exceptional cars and some remarkable bargains. We've picked out the very best on offer at Bonhams Goodwood Festival of Speed sale.
  • Lego has extended its Technic range to include a one-eighth scale Bugatti Chiron. Designers visited the Bugatti factory to get hands-on with the iconic supercar​ and help them create their model, which is 22 in long (56 cm) and issues a 3,599-piece challenge to Lego aficionados.​