Already pioneering the art of designing and manufacturing best-in-class cars, luxury auto makers are heading in to high-end home designing too with ease. The latest to jump on this bandwagon is French car manufacturer Ettore Bugatti. The world’s first Bugatti-styled homes are being launched by luxury real estate developer, Damac Properties, in Dubai.Christened, Ettore 971, after Ettore Bugatti the founder of the super sports car brand, the ‘971’ stands for the international code for the United Arab Emirates.Ettore 971 Bugatti Styled Villas are planned to nestle within the lush green, 55 million sq ft Akoya Oxygen master development, overlooking the Tiger Woods designed, Trump World Golf Club, Dubai. Styled by the makers of the world’s fastest street-legal production car, the iconic 1,200hp Bugatti Veyron, the seven bedroom villas stylishly reflect the car’s distinctive curved front. For the price of about $10 million, each villa will reflect the high-end styling and the true expression of ultimate luxury living. The design also includes an indoor vehicle display area, with glass panels through to the living quarters, so the Bugatti owner can admire his car from the comfort of his sofa.Ziad El Chaar, Managing Director, Damac Properties, stated, “We know that many of our loyal customers are huge fans of the Bugatti super sports car brand and the opportunity to live in the world’s first villas styled in Bugatti’s design language featuring key codes of the brand’s DNA is a unique opportunity to experience this fantastic brand in a whole new way.” He also added, “The added touch of being able to see your car from many areas of the living quarters adds to the immersive design incorporated throughout these truly luxurious homes.”
Mr Massimiliano Ferrari, Managing Director of Bugatti Brand Lifestyle also commented, “The Bugatti is recognized as the most beautiful and powerful super sports car on the road and we believe the Ettore 971 Bugatti Styled Villas at Akoya Oxygen will soon have the same reputation in their respective market.”
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