Product no.: EMC 2037
The Bugatti Type 41, also known as the Bugatti Royale, was the top vehicle of the French car manufacturer Bugatti from Molsheim. Ettore Bugattis' goal was to construct a luxury vehicle that would be powered by the most powerful and smoothest engine of its time. It should be able to hold its own against models from Rolls-Royce, Mercedes-Benz, Maybach and Cadillac. The target group of buyers were European royal families and the rich of the time.
Bugatti used the body for this T41 from a contemporary Packard Eight. This vehicle was, so to speak, the prototype of the Royale series. Unlike the later versions, this version had a 14.7 liter eight-cylinder engine. This version shows the closed version after the restoration was completed in 201.