The legendary Bugatti on show in Monaco
In the world of engines, Bugatti is the undisputed symbol of performance, style and revolutionary engineering. In Monaco the car manufacturer founded in 1909 by Ettore Bugatti rose on the highest steps of the podium in the first Grand Prix: it was 1929 and Marcel Lehoux raced at the wheel.
Today the city dedicates to the Italian-French brand an unmissable exhibition for all fans of GP and Sport vehicles. The appointment is at the museum hosting Prince Albert II’s car collection at Le Terrazze di Fontvieille, until 10 March 2018. All models are fully functional and come from private collections. A century of design, elegance and efficiency, with bolides ranging from 1910 to 2016.
In this showcase of exceptional collectibles of historic cars, you can admire the efficiency of the Type 43 (1930), the royalty of the Type 46 (1931), the beauty of the EB110, up to the last two jewels of the manufacturer, 2015 Veyron and Chiron 2016.
Prince Albert has already visited the show accompanied by David Coulthard, former driver and Formula 1 champion. Do you want to take a journey through time between 15 luxurious and rare wonders too?
As for the gourmet stop that you might want to do before or after the visit, we are waiting for you at Rampoldi!