In 2019, Bugatti Broward opened our doors, bringing South Florida the prestige and craftsmanship of one of the world’s most coveted automotive brands. Owning Bugatti is a privilege few come to realize, with only thirteen dealerships across the country offering exclusive vehicles built to display the finest in art, form, and technique.
Founded in 1909, Bugatti quickly achieved racing fame thanks to lightweight, aerodynamic frames and robust engines. The automaker soon became synonymous with speed and innovative design, showcasing never-before-seen shapes and features that turned the industry on its head. Year after year, new models continued to impress enthusiasts, cementing a legacy that lives on in today’s Chiron, the fastest, most powerful sports car to date.
Limited production and extreme attention to detail elevates every Bugatti to a rare work of art, bestowing drivers with a level of luxury no other vehicle can touch. When you drive Bugatti, you’ve joined an elite brotherhood committed to extolling the value and dedication of automotive excellence.
Bugatti Broward proudly honors a century’s worth of artistry and ingenuity by delivering the high-quality service a brand like this deserves. Let us help you achieve ultimate satisfaction.
In May 1998, Volkswagen AG acquired the rights to the Bugatti brand and unveiled the EB 118, a two-door four-seater coupé, in October of that year. The 18-cylinder sports car, designed by Giorgetto Giugiaro (Italdesign), paved the way for subsequent models.
The Type 53 was the one and only car with four-wheel drive designed by Ettore Bugatti. In 1932, Bugatti used the tried-and-tested engine of the Type 50 for the Type 53. It was also the only car made in Molsheim with independent front suspension.
With the backing of Pierre de Vizcaya, Bugatti started his own company in a disused dyeworks in Molsheim, Alsace. He arranged a loan with Darmstädter Bank to manufacture ten cars and five airplane engines.
Carlo Bugatti (1856–1940) was an internationally renowned, award-winning artist, designer and silversmith. His furniture was especially famous. Influenced by Art Nouveau, it was characterised by its utterly individual form, often imposing dimensions and use of highly refined materials.