Meeting of the 7 Bugatti 101 at the National Automobile Museum

Mulhouse – France – Until 15 September 2022

The Bugatti Type 101 is the last car produced by the “historic” Bugatti brand. Developed on the basis of the pre-war Type 57 , the Bugatti Type 101 was designed in 1951. But the means are lacking to develop it and really launch a production. 7 chassis will be built, and 6 will be sold and finished by renowned coachbuilders. Coupe, convertible, sedan or roadster, the 7 models are all different.

The National Automobile Museum of Mulhouse, which has the largest collection of Bugatti in the world, preserves 3 models. The other 4 Bugatti Type 101 belonging to private collections were brought together for this exceptional tribute, a unique opportunity to see them together! This tribute celebrates both the 40th anniversary of the Musée National de l’Automobile and the 70th anniversary of the last presence of the original Bugatti firm at the Paris Motor Show.

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