If you want a Bugatti, you can now own the exclusive car for a very mainstream price of $34,000.
Oh, and it’s suitable for your kid to drive, even if they’re shorter than a wheel well.
To celebrate its 110th anniversary, the French super car maker revived its Bugatti Baby tiny car nearly a century after the first one hit the market.
The updated vehicle, dubbed the Baby II, was shown at the Geneva show on Monday alongside the original toy car, which could be driven. The first version was intended to be a one-off but demand was so great that it was put into production from 1927 until 1936.
The company’s founder—Ettore Bugatti—built the earlier model for his youngest son’s fourth birthday in 1926.
The Bugatti Baby II is just big enough for parents and kids to drive, and like the original, only 500 models will be made.
The electric car has three drive modes: There’s one for kids that can go up to 12 mph and one for adults that can hit 28 mph.
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If you buy a speed key, you can unlock the third speed option that unleashes 50 to 60 miles per hour.
Although it’s small (three-quarters the size of the Bugatti Type 35), the sports car maker didn’t skimp on the craftsmanship. The car is home to a leather seat, four-spoke steering wheel and the automaker’s signature aluminum dashboard.
Bugatti said the smallest member of the family will come in traditional French Racing Blue unless you pay a premium for alternative colors.
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