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When in May 1987 it became known that the Bugatti brand had been acquired to revive it, the automotive world began to vibrate. The protagonists of this initiative were two: the engineer Paolo Stanzani (father of the most prestigious Lamborghini cars) who had already started designing a new car even before the actual acquisition of the brand, and an entrepreneur very passionate about motor vehicles, successfully engaged in their importation from Japan and in the distribution of Ferrari cars.
Paolo Stanzani, sole director of Bugatti Automobili, activated, among others, Marcello Gandini, internationally renowned designer and immediately after Dario Trucco, author of this book, commissioning him to do what was necessary to design and build the bodywork of the car that Gandini himself was drawing. With modest investments Stanzani managed to create the engine, all the mechanics, the chassis and the first bodywork. And then what happened? Many have told what followed, starting with the entrepreneur with his book. Others also spoke about it, and the opinions expressed by each one could not have been more different.
How could this “impasse” be overcome? Simple: interview all the people who, in any role, had participated in the project, collect their testimonies and report them in full, until this book was put together, which could not have been titled otherwise: Bugatti, the true story of the EB110.