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.
Completely disassembled during the process, the racer is now a perfect time capsule of its automotive era.
There are reported problems with certain models’ software and driveshafts.
The DB2/4 Drophead Coupe will share the spotlight with a 1926 Bugatti Type 37 also set to cross the online block.
These are some serious play things.
The 56-year-old will begin the dual role on December 1.