The Bugatti Baby II Is an Mini Electric Car That Costs up to $70,000
Bugattis might be tempting, but their seven-figure price tags aren't. The good thing is, now's your chance to score one for right around $35,000 — less than the price of the average new car in the US.
That may sound like the deal of the century, but, as with all things that sound to good to be true, there is a slight catch. Although technically a Bugatti, the Bugatti Baby II is, as its name might suggest, a three-quarters-scale replica meant for teens and young adults.
Developed jointly by Bugatti and The Little Car Company — which makes, you guessed it, little cars — the Bugatti Baby II isn't some run-of-the-mill pedal car or ride-on toy. It boasts quite the spec list, featuring a limited-slip differential, LED headlights, and hydraulic brakes.
In its highest-spec Pur Sang specification, the Baby hits a totally ridiculous top speed of 42 mph. But would you expect anything less than totally ridiculous from Bugatti, the maker of a 1,500-horsepower supercar? No, you wouldn't.
Keep scrolling to take a closer look at the Bugatti Baby II.