For The Little Car Company, luxury collaborations come in small packages.

While it’s true to say that toys for car enthusiasts get more expensive with age, the professionals at The Little Car Company are proud to deliver a luxury automotive experience in a smaller package. Since its partnership with Bugatti in 2019, the brand focuses on creating one-off configurations of the iconic Type 35 for its community of affluent owners. The chassis sits as an example that is 25% smaller than the original vehicle and features premium materials to help highlight the craftsmanship of The Little Car Company.

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One of the lucky clients to receive a Baby Bugatti II is long-time collector Manny Koshbin, who owns multiple one-off Bugatti models that are viewed more as works of art. Recently, Manny Koshbin took delivery of his Rembrandt Edition example, which is inspired by the famous Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse ‘Les Légendes de Bugatti’. Rembrandt’s bronze sculptures developed a beautiful patination with age, displaying different aspects of bronze when viewed in changing light. This inspired the Rembrandt Edition’s iconic dual-tone exposed carbon fiber paintwork, first seen on the Veyron and now again on this Baby II. Discover the collaboration between The Little Car Company x Bugatti by clicking the link below. Check back into duPont REGISTRY Daily for more luxury lifestyle news and gear releases.

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