For its 110th anniversary, Bugatti is releasing a downsized version of Type 35 aka the Bugatti Baby, a race car from the 1920ies. The new Bébé II features swappable Li-ion batteries and two speed-caps at 20 kph and 40 kph so that both children and adults may take it for a spin.
A hefty price tag of €30,000 for this limited edition toy makes it less of a child’s plaything, than an expensively fitting tribute to the classic 1920’s Bugatti Baby. The manufacturer further added a “Speed Key”, that unlocks the speed cap, and pushes another 10 kW into the motor to “push the vehicle it its limits”.
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