29 April 2022
An anonymous father of six recently visited Bugatti’s headquarters in France with his six children to take delivery of eight cars.
For himself, he purchased a Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+, a model created to commemorate Bugatti breaking the 300 mph streetcar speed and limited production of 30.
Additionally, he bought a Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse World Record Edition. With only eight built and aptly named ‘The World Record Edition’ , in 2013, it was both the world’s fastest production car and the fastest production convertible.
If you thought the other model was rare, Bugatti only produced 8 of the Record Editions. In 2013 one of them set the record for the world’s fastest production car, hitting 254.05 mph.
Regarding the blessed offspring, none of whom were old enough to drive, they each have their very own Bugatti Baby II. A 75% scale, a fully electric reincarnation of the iconic Bugatti Type 35, was developed using a full 3D scan of an original 1924 French Grand Prix car.
To celebrate Bugatti’s 110th anniversary. The Little Car Company in the UK under licence from Bugatti built a limited number as a modern tribute to Ettore Bugatti’s masterpiece, the Bugatti Baby, a gift to his youngest son Roland.
To avoid the ‘little darlings’ being confused, each mini-Bugatti has a different colour, Orange, Yellow, White, Green, Red, and Blue.
How very thoughtfu