In 1926, Ettore Bugatti built a four-year-old son, Roland, a copy of the sporty type 35 of a double-sized size. However, the original design of Bugatti Baby remains unchanged, as the company's customers have a huge interest in the car, and in Molsheim they decide to publish it in serial production. Thus, between 1927 and 1936, 500 pieces were collected.
Inspired by Baby's previous success, Bugatti developed a modern version of the shopping cart. Its edition has an electric rear axle, a replaceable ion-lithium battery and a regenerative kinetic energy recovery system.
The plant has three modes of operation. The power "child" is limited to 1.36 hp and the maximum speed is 20 km / h. If the "adult" mode is on, the electric motor generates 5.5 hp and the maximum speed increases to 45 km / h. The optional Key key unlocks all 13.6 horses and deactivates the speed limiter.
The Bugatti Baby II features powerful headlights, leather seats, aluminum dashboard and efficient brakes. As with the original, the model will produce 500 units, each with a price of 30,000 euros.