The Baby II has a size equivalent to 75% of the Type 35 Grand Prix, electric motor and can reach 70 km / h.

The French Bugatti has decided to make the Baby II, an electric version of its well-remembered Type 35 Grand Prix, from the mid-1920s. A true “crazy years” icon.

The original Baby was produced at a scale of 50%, intended for children up to 8 years old and a total of 500 units were sold between 1927 and 1936. Its second version has been designed at a scale of 75%, it can be handled by children and adults, and it is also a limited offer of 500 cars.

The ‘toy’ will be available in different versions: Novice, with a maximum speed of 20 km / h, Expert that can reach 45 km / h and Vitesse, which with its 13.4 horsepower can accelerate up to 70 km / h. In addition, there will be a high-end one, the Pur Sang, with a special hand-made aluminum body.

Those who want to surprise their children with a Bugatti, must pay from € 30,000 (about $ 35,000) for the basic version, € 43,500 (about $ 51,000) for the Vinesse, and up to € 58,500 (almost $ 68,600) for the Pur Sang model. .

Depending on the model, the mini Type 35 can travel 25 or 50 kilometers on a battery charge.