The Bugatti Type 35, took the automotive world by surprise in the 1920s. A one-off sports car acknowledged by many as the most successful racing car of all time. Now, to celebrate the company’s 110th anniversary, Bugatti introduced the smallest member of their family: the Baby II. A three-quarters-size replica of the Bugatti Type 35 so that can be driven by both kids and adults.
The Baby II has a rear-wheel-drive battery-powered electric powertrain. It features removable lithium-ion battery packs, a limited slip differential and even regenerative braking. The junior car will come with two selectable power modes for drivers of different statures: a 1kW ‘child mode’ with the top speed limited to 20 km/h (just like the Speed Key for its big brother, the Chiron!), and a 4kW ‘adult mode’ with the top speed limited to 45 km/h!
Btw, the cockpit of the Baby II features Bugatti’s signature turned aluminum dashboard, a leather seat and will be available in a range of colors.