According to Bugatti, their average customer owns 84 cars, three private jets, and one yacht. Why do they need so many cars? One reason could be they have a big family.
Recently, an anonymous father of six visited Bugatti’s headquarters in France to take delivery of EIGHT cars. The customer got two for himself (or maybe one for him and one for his wife) and a car for each of his children. Here’s the kicker. The kids can’t drive yet!
The unnamed customer not only bought a Bugatti for each kid, they all accompanied him on the trip to Molsheim, France to take delivery. The father bought for himself a Chiron Super Sport 300+, which is the fastest car in the world. Only 30 will ever be made. In addition to the Super Sport 300+, he also picked up a Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse World Record Edition. If you thought the 30 Super Sport 300+ are rare, only eight Grand Sport Vitesse were ever made.
So What Did The Six Kids Get?
I’m sure you’re wondering what Bugattis he bought for his children? Well, since none of them are old enough to drive yet, he got them the Bugatti Baby II.
Made as a tribute to the classic Bugatti Baby, which was a gift from Ettore Bugatti to his youngest son Roland, the Baby II a 75% scale, fully-electric recreation of the Bugatti Type 35. As far as Bugattis goes, the Baby II is down right cheap. Depending on the model, the Baby II range in price from $40,000 to $65,000 each. Let’s face it, after spending who knows how many millions on two full sized Bugatti, what’s another $240K to $390K on six toy cars?
The kids opted to get their Bugatti Baby IIs in different colors: Orange, Yellow, White, Green, Red, and Blue. That makes telling which one belongs to each kid pretty simple.