Bugatti has been an epitome of high performance automobiles ever since it was first established in 1909. The logo of Bugatti comes from the initials of its founder, Ettore Bugatti.
Bugatti has produced some of the most exclusive cars in the world. The original company went down during the period of World War II but was resurrected by Volkswagen Group.
Bugatti Veyron went into production in 2004 and the brand still retains its exclusivity. Only 80 Veyron cars are produced each year to keep that exclusive Bugatti touch.
Bugatti Theme for Windows 7 consists of 25+ Hi-Res Wallpapers, custom icons and car sounds to give your desktop a complete look of the classy Bugatti.
Screenshots of Bugatti Windows 7 Theme:
These are just a few of the 25+ Hi-Res wallpapers that come with this theme. Download the theme to get them all.
Custom Icons and Sounds For Bugatti Windows 7 Theme:
When you apply the Bugatti Windows 7 Theme on your desktop, the same old boring desktop icons would be replaced by these custom Icons.
We have selected some of the best car sounds to go with this theme, for a complete Bugatti experience on your desktop. You can hear them while applying the theme as well as starting or shutting down your computer.
Download Bugatti Windows 7 Theme:
We have a dedicated download page for Windows 7 Bugatti theme. You can also explore various other Windows 7 Themes we have created before, on our themes download page.
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Bugatti Fun Facts and Trivia:
- Bugatti Veyron is named after racing driver Pierre Veyron, who won the 24 hours of Le Mans in 1939 while racing for the original Bugatti firm.
- According to Jeremy Clarkson, the host of Top Gear, if the McLaren F1 were allowed to reach 120 mph before the Bugatti started, the Bugatti would still be the first to reach 200 mph.
- Stats –
- At full speed, the Veyron’s tires would burst after 15 minutes. However, this was not an issue because it would go through its entire fuel load within 12 minutes.
- A zero-to-60 time of three seconds
- A zero-to-180 time of 14 seconds
- A top speed of 250+ mph (400+ kph)