Last year during the Geneva Motor Show, Bugatti unveiled the Baby II concept. It is the second generation of a car built for kids. The first one appeared in 1926 and it was built by Ettore himself for one of its child.

Today, the new Bugatti Baby II is making into production and it will be produce in just 500 units (just like the original one).

The new Bugatti Baby II will be offered in three versions: Base, Vitesse and Pur Sang. The Base version of the Baby II will be equipped with a battery pack that has 1.4 kWh and an electric motor that sends its power to the rear wheels. The unit will be managed by two driving modes: Novice and Expert. In the first one, the top speed is limited to 20 km/h and has 1.3 HP, while in the Expert mode you can unleash 5.4 HP and a top speed of 45 km/h.

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But the Vitesse and Pur Sang have a special key called Speed Key, just like the Veyron. Thanks to this little accessory, the car will be able to deliver 13 HP and a top speed of 70 km/h. Depending on the driver (because the Baby II can be driven not only by kids) the not to 60 km/h is done in 6 seconds.

According to Bugatti, the range of the Base version is 25 kilometers, while the Vitesse and Pur Sange (with a 2.8 kWh battery) car travel more than 50 kilometers with one charge. There is also the option to buy extra batteries that can be replaced on spot.

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The Base Baby II has a starting price of 30.000 euros without taxes.