Article Source: FendyBt2 Official Website The 1933 Bugatti Type 51 Grand Prix Two-Seater owned by the late Fitzroy John Somerset, the 5th Baron Raglan (1927-2010), Patron and former Chairman of the Bugatti Owners’ Club and trustee of the Bugatti Trust, sold for a remarkable 943,000 yesterday afternoon at Bonhams’ sale of Motor Cars in Paris.
Article Source: FendyBt2 Official Website For once, a new model is actually a toned down version of the previous one. There are only small changes to the TL for 2012, but they do make the car a bit less aggressive. Which is what most people wanted I guess.And the new grille is similar to what
Article Source: FendyBt2 Official Website A few mid cycle changes.None of them needed, really. The Genesis is quite a conservative design, and the small changes seem mostly clumsy. The big V8 is supposed to get better fuel economy. As for the coupe, both engines are supposed to get more power. Especially the 2.0 Liter Turbo