Bugatti made a car for children, which is gaining 50 km/h and costs 30 thousand eurosMarch 11, 2019
The company will release 500 copies of the electric car
The company Bugatti built a car for children, which was called the Baby II. The novelty is a kind of successor to the original typewriter that Ettore Bugatti built for his four-year-old son Roland in 1926.
The toy was a copy of the Bugatti Type 35 sports car, made half the full size. It was originally intended that a children’s little car, known as Bugatti Baby, will be released in a single copy exclusively for Roland. However, the brand’s customers who visited Molsheim, liked this machine so much that they decided to launch it into mass production. As a result, from 1927 to 1936, 500 copies of Bugatti Baby were collected.
The modern interpretation of the children’s car is equipped with an electric motor on the rear axle, a removable lithium-ion battery and a recovery system.
The power plant has three modes of operation. In the “children’s” capacity is limited to 1.36 force, and the maximum speed – 20 kilometers per hour. In the “adult” mode, the motor will produce 5.5 hp, and the maximum speed will increase to 45 kilometers per hour. The optional Speed Key will allow you to get 13.6 hp and completely remove the speed limiter.
The car is equipped with “powerful headlights”, leather seat, aluminum dashboard and effective brakes.
Like the original, Bugatti Baby II will collect in the amount of 500 copies. The cost of each – 30 thousand euros
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