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כתב:  אילן פייביש
צילום: יצרן
יום שישי 1.7.11  שעה: 11:30






ב 24 ביוני 2011, ירדה הבוגאטי ויירון 16.4 האחרונה מפס הייצור וכך היא תכנס להיסטוריה
עת הסתיים לו הייצור המוגבל ל- 300 יחידות.  אך יש לציין כי גרסת הגאנד ספורט עדיין מיוצרת.
ב 30.6.11, חושפת בוגאטי  באופן רשמי  עוד גרסת קצה  מיוחדת של הגראנד ספורט  הזוכה לשם
 L'Or Blanc  שפירושו לבן מוזהב  המעטר את גופה , אותה חשפו בברלין , מאחר ושם נוצרה בשת"פ עם 
חברת KPM  Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur    הדבר הבולט ביותר הוא  הבחירה
באלמנטים מפורצלן מבחוץ ומבפנים,  מנהל השיווק והמכירות ד"ר סטפן ברנקס מסביר כי
עצם חשיפת גרסת גראנד ספורט L'Or Blanc  ממשיכה את  המסורת של רעיונות יוצאי דופן
המשולבים באיכות ואסטטיקה של אטורה בוגאטי  שאהב להשתעשע עם  חומרים חדשים.

בוגאטי גראנד ספורט  L'Or Blanc   ,  מצויידת במנוע 8.0 ליטר 16 צילינדרים בעל 4 מגדשי טורבו
המפיק 1,001 כ"ס  ב- 6,000 סל"ד  ומומנט - 125 קג"מ בין 6,600- 3,300   סל"ד
שיאיצו את  1,968 ק"ג של היצירה האומנותית קינטית 
מ- 0-100 קמ"ש תוך 2.7  שניות  , 200 קמ"ש תראו תוך 7.3 שניות ו- 300 קמ"ש תוך 16.7 שניות.
עוד כמה שניות  בודדות כשהרגל  בדוושה הימנית לחוצה  עד הסוף תגיעו למהירות מרבית בת 407 קמ"ש.



מחיר הבוגאטי L'Or Blanc   עומד על 1.65 מיליון יורו
ובשקלים: 8.151,000  מיליון ₪. (לפני מיסים).
 
יש לציין במאמר מוסגר כי בוגאטי  אמורה לחשוף ב 2013
את ה- 16 C Galibier  מכונית הפאר האולטימטיבית העושה שימוש
במנוע 1001 כ"ס של הויירון.


 
 
 
הודעה לעיתונות

The Bugatti "L'Or Blanc"
 
  • World debut of an exceptional partnership between the Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin (KPM) and Bugatti
  • World's first vehicle using porcelain elements for exterior and interior design
Berlin/Molsheim, June 30, 2011 - With the partnership between Bugatti and the Königliche Porzellan-Manufatur Berlin (KPM), the renowned manufacturer emphasizes the ability in creating pieces of automotive art.
The "L'Or Blanc" celebrates its world premiere with an exclusive unveiling ceremony on June 30, 2011 at the KPM workshops in Berlin. This unique version of a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport is the world's first motor car to wear the finest porcelain on its body, as well as in its cabin. It captivates with an abstract exterior design.
"At first, it seems to be an unusual idea to use porcelain in a car, especially in the world's fastest convertible," comments Dr. Stefan Brungs, Director of Sales and Marketing at Bugatti Automobiles. "But this is what Bugatti stands for: the realization of exceptional ideas whilst striving for the utmost in quality and aesthetics. This allows us to continue Ettore Bugatti's heritage, who himself loved to experiment with new materials."
"The impulse for that partnership came from Rembrandt Bugatti's renowned elephant," tells Jörg Woltmann, owner of the Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin (KPM) and car aficionado. "At the beginning, we wanted to integrate the sculpture in our product range, then we thought about the potential for a comprehensive service and finally the synthesis of ideas led us to this outstanding Grand Sport." Woltmann is enthusiastic about the "L'Or Blanc". "A number of superlatives are associated with porcelain from the Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin: one says it has the most beautiful shapes and decors, it has the hardest weight and the whitest tone. Now, it is also the fastest porcelain."
The Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport "L'Or Blanc" presented in Berlin, is a one-of-a-kind creation. Nevertheless, the partnership is supposed to be continued, and Bugatti's designers received a lot of inspiration from porcelain painting offering a variety of new opportunities for the design. The price of the Bugatti L'Or Blanc amounts to 1.65 m EUR.




הודעה לעיתונות  סיום ייצור בוגאטי ויירון 16.4
 
Final Bugatti Veyron 16.4 sold to a customer in Europe
Supercar with a limited production run of 300 cars is a global success
The Grand Sport, the world's fastest convertible, to continue Bugatti tradition
Molsheim, 24 June 2011 - The final Bugatti Veyron has now been ordered by a European customer, marking an end to the triumphant reign of the supercar with an exclusive production run of 300 models and its even faster cousin the Super Sport. The coupé versions of the Veyron are worthy successors to the heritage of classic Bugattis, now collector's items of unparalleled status and optimum appreciation, which today are amongst the most valuable cars in existence.
But the story of Bugatti's exceptional sports car is set to continue. The Grand Sport, a supercar with the very highest technical specifications, remains available to automotive connoisseurs. In its closedtop incarnation with a transparent roof it reaches top speeds of 407 km/h; with the roof removed a maximum speed of 360 km/h makes the Grand Sport the fastest convertible in the world.
Wolfgang Dürheimer, President of Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. since 1 February 2011 commented:
"In the Veyron the Bugatti team has created a vehicle that has already become an icon of automotive history. Both technologically and in terms of design, the Veyron is still far ahead of its time. The Grand Sport is a further pinnacle of achievement in the open-top sports car segment, and we intend to maintain the same standard in our future Bugatti products."
The Bugatti Veyron 16.4 - an icon of automotive history
The development of the Bugatti Veyron represented one of the greatest technical challenges and engineering achievements in automotive history. Volkswagen bought the rights to the Bugatti brand in 1998, and just one year later the company presented its fourth concept vehicle, the close-to production study EB 18/4 Veyron at the Tokyo Motor Show. Barely six years down the line, on 29 April 2005, a Veyron exceeded 400 km/h for the very first time, and six months later was presented to its global audience.
The Veyron was and remains a synthesis of superlative technical achievements. It was the first production vehicle to have a full carbon-fibre monocoque, and its torsional rigidity of 60,000 Newton meters per degree remains unparalleled to this day. The 7,993 cm3 capacity sixteen-cylinder engine with its four continuously variable camshafts and four turbochargers is capable of a top speed of 407 2 Bugatti km/h, developing 1,001 PS (736 kW). The seven-gear twin-clutch gearbox governs an unbelievable 1,250 Newton meters of torque, and is one of the fastest transmissions in the world with shift times of less than 150 milliseconds. Acceleration from 0 to 100 takes place in a legendary 2.5 seconds.
With its carbon-ceramic brakes, highly innovative brake cooling system and the rear spoiler which is activated to serve as an additional air brake when braking, this superlative sports car can come to a complete standstill from 100 km/h in just 31.4 metres and 2.3 seconds. The Super Sport boasting 1,200 PS and a top speed of 415 km/h performs the same feat even faster.
The European customer who has bought the 300th Veyron has never purchased a Bugatti before. Delivery is scheduled for next autumn.