13 Stunning Rides You’ll See at The Art of Bugatti
Inside the Petersen Automotive Museum’s comprehensive exhibit
They say talent skips a generation.
Ask Hank Williams, Jr. Don’t ask the Bugattis.
From patriarch Carlo to Rembrandt to Ettore to Jean, they’ve got more automaking talent than you can shake a drafting pencil at.
And you’ll learn all about it at The Art of Bugatti, an exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum that opens October 22.
Billed as the most comprehensive Bugatti exhibit ever, it’ll include all of their classic autos, from the Type 5 to the unprecedentedly powerful Chiron, as well as the art, furniture and silverwork the family also produced.
Here are 13 of the cars that’ll be on display.
1927 Type 52 Baby Bugatti
1928 Type 43-44 Grand Sport
1929 Type 44 Fiacra
1930 Type 46
1931 Type 54 Roadster
1932 Type 55
1932 Type 41 Royal
1937 Type 57C
1938 57C Atalante
1939 57C Aravis
2009 Veyron Grand Sport
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