PARIS — Volkswagen AG will build its new Bugatti super luxury cars in the same French villa where founder Ettore Bugatti made his reputation and fortune between the world wars. Volkswagen paid US$2.8 million for 5 ha (14 acres) of industrial site in Dorlisheim, France, and the former Bugatti family chateau. Bernard Higel, mayor of the commune where the Bugatti models will be built, says factory construction is to start next year. The new Bugatti plant will be next to the original one, ...

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