Bugatti presents the Bespoke Baby II before delivery to the customer
In honor of their past, Bugatti built 500 bespoke units based on the 1926 Bugatti Baby.
For a company with such a rich and eclectic history, Bugatti is not afraid to honor or showcase it. From classic racing cars from the 1920s to the revolutionary Bugatti Veyron, Bugatti loves to showcase its past. To further honor the past, Bugatti built 500 bespoke Baby II models, based on the 1926 Bugatti Baby, and built to celebrate the company’s 110th anniversary. Bugatti has now started deliveries of this iconic tribute across the world, one of which went to a private jet terminal in the UAS and the other to a private Bugatti collector in Belgium.
The two examples of baby II are very different
The two cars currently delivered are quite different. The car delivered to Dubai is a Vitesse carbon fiber version, and has a 2.8 kWh battery and is finished in a stunning Jetex Orange color, in addition it has been fitted with the Touring package which includes an upgrade. of high power LED headlight, a set brake light, mudguard, mudguard as well as improved wiring / loom harness. The example delivered to Belgium was however built as a Baby II spec “Pur-Sang” aluminum, the color scheme corresponding to the original Bugatti Type 35 that the collector owns.
The Thoroughbred features a stunning black exterior
Each car comes with an individual chassis number with the Baby II heading to Belgium being that of chassis 388 which coincidentally matches the original Bugatti Baby which is part of their collection. This “Thoroughbred” example also features a Nocturne Black exterior and leather interior in the Terre D’or color and is a unique example in that it blends modern designs with vehicles from the past. Other unique features come with the example of Dubai, which has a color-matched carrying case with the Jetex Orange in which the car itself comes into the picture.
Access to the Bugatti owners’ club is provided with the Baby II
Owning a Bugatti Baby II gives owners automatic access to the Bugatti Owner’s Club, which will allow them to take their Baby II cars on a tour of renowned circuits around the world. Three versions of the Baby II were created. The Thoroughbred base, Speed and Thoroughbred and aluminum bodywork require over 200 hours of craftsmanship. It really is a great way for Bugatti to honor their past.
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