Bugatti has begun deliveries of the Baby II, a 100% electric model designed as a tribute to the legendary 1926 Baby.
Produced in partnership with Bugatti on the occasion of its 110th anniversary, Bugatti Baby II It is a contemporary tribute to the original car imagined by Ettore Bugatti in 1926. This 500 first models customized cars started to be delivered to their buyers around the world.
One of the private copies, in version Carbon fiber “Speed”especially a private jet terminal at dubai airport. Another comes to equip the garage. private collector in Belgium, He currently owns a Bugatti Type 35 A, an original Bugatti Baby and several pre-war models.
like all the supercars that come out of their workshops Molsheimcars manufactured by Small Car Company fully customizable. Baby II “Speed” in carbon fiber (see slide show) thus equipped with a 2.8 kWh battery and an upgraded powertrain all rolled into one “Jetex Orange” skin.
This copy is equipped with the package Geziincludes upgraded high-power LED headlights, brake lights, fenders and updated fenders. Inside, the leather seats are given a pearlescent metallic finish along with a grainy texture. Customer from Dubai to transport the vehicle safely, handmade carry bag Same orange color as Baby II.
Backwards, Baby II “Pur Sang” aluminum for Belgium Designed to match the color palette. Bugatti Type 35 Customer original with “Nocturne Black” exterior and “Terre D’or” leather interior.
A 100% electric heart
All versions of the Baby II, offered as a drive-only 100% electric powertrain, high performance hydraulic brakes and selectable drive modes. The basic model offers two modes: Beginner, limited to 20 km/h and 1 kW (1.3 hp) and Specialist, limited to 45 km/h and a power output of 4 kW (5.4 hp).
Models Speed and Thoroughbred It includes Beginner and Expert driving modes, but also offers additional performance thanks to one. upgraded powertrain, opens with a key. This allows you to develop 10 kW (13.4 hp) and to reach the top speed with a total weight of only 230 kg 70km/h. Depending on the weight of the driver, 0 to 60 km/h is reached in just six seconds.
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