It’s like a 16-cylinder engine for your wrist.
On April 9, visitors will once again be able to walk among the finest collections of French automotive excellence under one roof.
With a focus on nimble handling dynamics, this beast is pure terror for other, lesser hypercars.
VW CEO Herbert Diess suggests that Porsche will take over control of Bugatti and that a partnership with EV maker Rimac could follow.
The marque’s designers nearly gave up on account of the difficulty.
The final 10 hypercars are expected to roll out next year.
The museum, closed due to the pandemic after debuting last year, will welcome the public with a 1925 Bugatti and stable of other rare racers.
From an early Rolls-Royce to a present-day Pagani, these iconic four-wheelers continue to fuel our imagination.
Referencing the nickname of Bugatti’s classic Type 41, the Royale components can be customized in materials and finish.