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7 Jul 2021
The new partnership brings together the maker of the most decadent and fastest petrol engine car in production and a Croatian start-up specializing in high-performance all-electric cars.
17 Feb 2021
A 1937 Bugatti Type 57S, one of the world’s most valuable and desirable pre-war motor cars, which has been hidden for the past 50 years, is being sold as art of the Bonhams Legend of the Road Sale in London. Offered for the first time ever at auction following the previous owner's death, this rediscovered treasure will be sold alongside other motor cars at Bonhams’ flagship saleroom in London on 19 February 2021, and is expected to fetch millions.

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