The Bugatti logo signifies the combination of elegance and technology. It is underlined by the oval shape, 60 pearls and the stylized initials of Ettore Bugatti.
Meaning and History
It has the form of a wide oval with white letters and a red background that has not changed much over the decades. The founder himself (Ettorio’s father) was responsible for its design and came up with the idea of creating this shape by cutting a cylinder 45 mm in diameter at an angle of 30 degrees.
The rest is completed with a white lettering in white (a symbol of elegance and nobility) on a red background (strength and passion), black initials of the founder (perfection and courage) and a whole sixty dots, symbolizing excellence and grandeur of their automobiles.
Bugatti veyron logo
The airflow system and exhaust system of that car were modified, as well as several other engine components, which allowed the eight-liter engine to draw 1,109 horsepower.
The Bugatti Veyron tuned by Mansory also underwent a series of styling operations. There are carbon accessories (bumpers, sills). Some models have the “V” logo and LED daytime lamps appeared on the grill. There is the solid badge made of silver that has a very high quality design due to its size. The car is mounted on specially designed wheels. Inside there is light leather upholstery and carbon fiber inserts.
Emblem and Symbol
It should be noted that one of the Bugatti models besides the “necklace” logo also had a “circus elephant” statuette. The elephant symbol created by the younger brother of Ettore Bugatti, an animal sculptor Rembrandt Bugatti, decorated the radiator cap of Royale Type 41, the high-end car of the era created in 1926.
Type 13 Brescia
It was developed before the First World War, whose drivers became famous in 1921, when they outclassed their rivals in the Grand Prix Bresci, taking the first four places.T
t won several hundred races in various variants, breaking all possible records.
Bugatti Type 41 Royale
Unfortunately, it hit the Great Depression period and instead of the planned 25 units, 7 were built, of which only three found buyers.
Bugatti Type 57
More than 700 units of this model were produced, in a few, often very different externally, variations.
The current Bugatti model could be called the Veyron on steroids.