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    June 20, 2024
    New Bugatti: Tourbillon

    Today, the latest Bugatti has been presented, the Tourbillon (or Whirlwind), following up from the Mistral in it's name giving. With the Mistral, it shares it's wide frontal air intake. (not to call it a radiator)

    The powertrain, a V16 engine together with 3 electric engines, gives out a total of 1800 horsepower.

    The car, as is said, shares no components with any of it's predecessors, or any other car for that matter.

    Apparently, only 250 examples will be made, at a cost of 3.6 million euro.

    More details later.

    June 20, 2024
    New Bugatti Hybrid V16 will be presented

    Above, a small teaser of the new Bugatti (code name BR1, Bugatti-Rimac 1) which will be presented today at 10PM, local time (in Molsheim).

    June 10, 2024
    Auctions results

    Bassenge Auction "Gemälde Alter und Neuerer Meister" Berlin, May 30, 2024

    • Rembrandt Bugatti Painting: "Il parco di Milano" (View of a Parc in Milano), 1915: Estimate €24.000, sold for: €25.000 incl. premium

    Bonhams' Impressionist & Modern Art Auction, Paris, June 5 2024

    • Rembrandt Bugatti sculpture: Three walking panthers, 1905: Estimate €3.500.000 - 5.500.000, sold for: €3,678,400 incl. premium

    June 7, 2024
    News from the modern Bugatti

    A new Bugatti era emerges: June 20, 2024

    On the 20th June, a new era in the 115-year history of Bugatti begins. Guided by the vision of Ettore Bugatti, it will be an icon not just for the present, or even for the future, but ‘Pour l’éternité’ (for eternity).

    The new Bugatti hyper sports car is a completely bespoke design, engineered from the ground-up on the three pillars of beauty, luxury and performance, inspired by Bugatti models of the past. The Type 57 SC Atlantic, the Type 41 Royale and the Type 35, respectively known as the most beautiful, the most luxurious and the most successful Grand Prix race car ever, each lend their DNA to create a pure and authentic reinterpretation of the Bugatti brand.

    An all-new chassis and performance-honed body encompass an all-new V16 engine and electrified powertrain, representing a coming together of timeless mechanical craftsmanship and cutting-edge technology.

    ‘La Grand Première’ can be watched live on Bugatti social media channels on 20th June.

    Bugatti is revolutionizing with providing private service stations and synthetic fuels for its hypercars.

    Mate Rimac (Left), CEO of Bugatti Rimac, plans to provide a private gas station with every Bugatti purchased, using synthetic fuels. This concept could make refueling at home easier for owners of these hypercars.

    Rimac believes that combustion engines still have a future, thanks to synthetic fuels that could replace fossil fuels. At a summit in London, he shared his vision of creating private Bugatti service stations using these fuels. This idea is linked to Porsche, which owns 45% of Bugatti Rimac and has been producing eFuel in Chile since 2022.

    Made from water and CO2 using wind power, eFuel would allow combustion engines to operate with an almost neutral carbon footprint. Porsche plans to produce 14.5 million gallons per year by the middle of the decade, with a goal of 145 million gallons by 2027.

    Although eFuel production is still limited compared to global needs, it represents a significant first step. The idea of ??using this fuel in Bugattis seems plausible, especially since these cars are produced in limited numbers and rarely driven.

    The next Bugatti hypercar is intended to be used beyond 2035, despite EU bans, thanks to synthetic fuels.

    May 30, 2024
    The last Bugatti Chiron

    "L’ULTIME'": Celebrating the end of the Incomparable Chiron Era

    Since 2016, the Bugatti Chiron has remained an incomparable icon of hyper sports car performance. Limited to just 500 units, the final Chiron has now been hand-assembled by the craftspeople in Molsheim; a vibrant piece of bespoke art known as ‘L’Ultime’. This final farewell to Chiron marks the closing of an extraordinary era of performance that saw it become the first 1,500 PS roadgoing car as well as the first production car to surpass 300 mph. And just as it entered the world with spectacular elegance and power, so too does its production end, on the cusp of an all-new Bugatti era.

    This final Chiron masterpiece – a Super Sport – beautifully reinterprets the car that took center stage in Geneva some eight years ago, exquisitely reminiscent in style and visual identity. When it first wowed the world back in 2016, the color split of ‘Atlantic Blue’ with ‘French Racing Blue’, intersected by a sweeping C-line milled from hand-polished aluminum alloy, was unlike anything seen in the automotive world before. For this 500th and final Chiron, the Bugatti Sur Mesure team reimagined the original design with a mesmerizing interplay of fading colors and a tribute to all the places where the car has spread its magic since 2016.

    Symbolizing the brand’s prowess and the evolution of it's craft and savoir-faire in the past eight years, the two colors that adorn this special Super Sport – a distinctively created fading ‘French Racing Blue’ and an ‘Atlantic Blue’ – now seamlessly blend with each other, merging to create an arresting side-on visual that is accentuated by the colored wheels mirroring the front and rear shades. A tailored blue Bugatti macaron, exclusively designed and developed for this farewell edition, sits proudly within the grille. In a spectacular flourish, adorning its bodywork are hand-written places and events that helped to build the legend of the Chiron. Inspired by the philosophy of 'bullet speed' – a blurring of vision at high speeds – this unique Chiron Super Sport² hints at its incomparable top speed, even at a standstill.

    The aesthetic form of the Super Sport came to life when the Sur Mesure team at Bugatti and the customer decided to create an homage to this important moment in Bugatti’s history, retracing the most incredible milestones of the Chiron as well as celebrating the most important moments in the brand’s history, in-turn bringing to life the journey of the Chiron model, from its debut in 2016 to the present day.

    Since its breathtaking global debut in Geneva eight years ago – revealed as the most powerful, fastest and luxurious car in the world – the Chiron has withstood the test of time, remaining at the pinnacle of automotive craftsmanship and performance. Channeling the DNA of Bugatti and encapsulating the brand’s ‘Form Follows Performance’ ethos, the Chiron has pushed boundaries, set benchmarks that were previously unimaginable and re-written so-called automotive norms across a critically-acclaimed family line-up that includes the Chiron, Chiron Sport, Chiron Pur Sport and Chiron Super Sport in additon to special editions like the Chiron Super Sport 300+ and Les Légendes du Ciel.

    This captivating legacy flows across the sides of the unique Super Sport in pure content composition: the launch in Geneva, appearances at Chantilly, testing phases at the Paul Ricard circuit and the 300 mph run at the Ehra-Lessien testing track. And, of course, the historic Bugatti home in Molsheim as well as the iconic Château Saint Jean and Cape Canaveral, where a number of customers have experienced the Chiron’s top speed performance.

    Celebrating the very last Chiron, the hand-written number '500' – gracing the exterior, the wheel caps and rear wing – is also engraved onto the engine cover housing the magnificent Bugatti W16 powertrain. Simultaneously, it marks another milestone in the Bugatti journey of more than 115 years; another 500 incomparable works of art, inspired by Ettore Bugatti’s original vision, in the world to be enjoyed for generations to come.

    Forming an unwavering bond to the wonderful artistry exhibited across the Super Sport is craftsmanship of the highest order, exquisite details that bring the Chiron’s eight-year timeline to life. The French flag, representing the birthplace of the brand and the car, is fittingly applied to the mirror wings. The Super Sport’s grille is finished in the brand’s now iconic ‘Atlantic Blue’ and a special horseshoe mesh has been crafted with centered stripes.

    The use of the '500' seamlessly transitions from the outside to within, adorning a Chiron cabin that matches the bespoke nature of the car’s exterior. Here, a carbon fiber symphony unfolds for both the driver and passenger connecting the luxurious 'Deep Blue' leather and 'Blue Carbon Matt' high-tech finishes with hints of the iconic Bugatti 'French Racing Blue' shade. Intricate, hand-woven 'Deep Blue' leather that is hand-cut, hand-stitched and applied to each door panel offers this final Chiron the quintessence of excellence and timelessness, symbolizing peerless craftsmanship since the Chiron's unveiling in 2016.

    "The Bugatti brand is built not only on pure performance but on absolute craftsmanship, sophistication and elegance, forming the very pinnacle of the automotive sphere. This very special Super Sport – the final masterpiece in the era-defining Chiron family – embodies those values, sublimely connecting such incomparable core attributes with ease and purpose.

    With this bespoke work of art, we have retraced the Chiron’s majestic eight-year journey with unforgettable moments that have taken place throughout the world, creating legions of fans for the Chiron, not to mention its countless industry-first breakthroughs and unique world-first achievements. This 500th and final Chiron model is a fitting farewell that captures a defining legacy that will forever be etched in automotive history and paves the way to a bright new chapter, starting with the production of the Bolide and the W16 Mistral and continuing with the unveiling of our new model in June."

    Christophe Piochon, President of Bugatti Automobiles

    In every gleaming detail of the Chiron Super Sport masterpiece, Bugatti reaffirms its place as the paragon of automotive excellence, completing a circle with the Chiron hyper sports car family that commenced in 2016. The brand is now ready to write a new chapter of unmatched performance, luxury immersed in excellence, and tailored craftsmanship using the finest materials and the most extraordinary savoir-faire.

    May 26, 2024
    Interview / Podcast with the founder of the BugattiPage and Revue.

    A local newschannel invited me for an interview (see above), and a Podcast (Goto:

    The interview is about the history of Bugatti, and how I got involved with this. There is so much that I could tell about Bugatti, that I really only touched upon the complete history.

    Unfortunately, both the video as well as the Podcast are in DUTCH ONLY.

    May 18, 2024
    Auctions results

    Bonhams' The Miami Auction, May 4 2024

    • 2012 Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport VIN. VF9SK2C27CM795052, Estimate: US$1,600,000 - US$2,000,000, Apparently not sold
    • 2019 Bugatti Chiron VIN. VF9SP3V34KM795148, Estimate: US$3,100,000 - US$3,600,000, Apparently not sold

    Bring a Trailer Auctions, USA, May 10 / May 17 2024

    • 2022 Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport, Chassis: VF9SC3V36NM795040, Sold for $4,100,000
    • Bugatti Type 35B Re-Creation by Pur Sang, Chassis: 651PS, Sold for $200,000

    May 5, 2024
    Auction results

    Osenat Arts and Cars Auction, Paris, France, April 28, 2024

    • Chassis no plate of the fourth Bugatti Type 57 SC Atlantic #57453, 1936, « La Voiture Noire », Estimate 5000 - 10000 EUR, sold for: 15,750 EUR including premium
    • Poster of the 31st ACF Grand Prix, By Raymond Savignac (1907-2002), Estimate 7000 - 9000 EUR, sold for: 39,690 EUR including premium

    The sale of the chassis plate which once adorned the 4th Atlantic, though removed before the car disappeared, went for a bit more than it's maximum estimate. More or less as expected.

    The real surprise at this auction was the poster for the 1937 ACF race. This went for almost four times it's maximum estimate, probably even a record for a poster for a pre-war race?

    History of the ACF Grand Prix:
    Founded in 1895, the Automobile Club de France (ACF) decided to create the French Grand Prix in 1906. In reality, this Grand Prix is the successor to the Gordon Bennett Cups taking place in Europe between 1900 and 1905 and already partly organized by the ACF. This first Grand-Prix of the Automobile Club de France took place for the first time on a circuit of just over 100 kilometers, near Le Mans, on June 26 and 27, 1906. Invited to cover 1,240 kilometers in two days, this first edition will see Ferenc Szisz crowned on Renault AK after more than 12 hours of racing.

    For the 1936 and 1937 editions, the ACF decided to impose the Sport Formula, with a maximum displacement of 4.5 liters and prohibiting the use of a compressor.

    Here are the broad outlines of the regulations imposed by the organizing committee of the XXXI ACF Grand Prix – Sports Cars:
    -The ACF GP will be run on July 4, 1937 on the Linas Montlhéry road circuit, each lap of which measures 12 kilometers 504 meters and 35 centimeters
    -The ACF GP will be over a distance of approximately 500 kilometers, or 40 laps Linas-Montlhéry road circuit
    - The first person will be given the sum of 100,000 francs (and in cash please!)

    Let's go to Montlhéry on the starting grid of the XXXI ACF Grand-Prix:
    Bugatti, Talbot, and Delahaye are all present on the starting line at 2 p.m. The checkered flag waves and the cars take off with a bang. Little suspense then, it was Sommer (on Talbot) who led the race for the first 20 laps, before Louis Chiron (also on Talbot) overtook him and guided the race to the finish. The old fox – an affectionate nickname given to Chiron for his racing intelligence – becomes the first driver in history to win the French Grand Prix three times! Ultimately, there were four Talbots that finished in the first five places, constituting a 100% Talbot podium; the 1937 ACF GP marks a triple victory for Talbot automobiles.

    The ACF GP having seen Sommer's Bugatti Type 57G win in 1936, the 1937 poster seems to honor the Thoroughbreds of Molsheim. Savignac represents a stylized Bugatti, reduced to its fundamental constituent elements which are the horseshoe grille, the Bugatti axle, and the wheel of the car; all in a fantastic spirit of speed. The three letters “ACF” associated with the date of the event provide great clarity of the message. So many elements allowing us to consider this poster as a classic in the corpus of the master's work, and more generally of Art-deco posters.

    Famous poster artist of the 20th century, Savignac's graphic works are today part of our common imagination. His style is effective and impactful while remaining very simple. If the artist mainly marked the second half of the 20th century - illustrating the exponential development of advertising during the Trente Glorieuses -, he cut his teeth in the 1920s as an autodidact before meeting the master of the Art-deco poster Cassandre in 1933. From then on, we felt an inspiration from the Cassandre style in the works of the young Savignac. Also supported by the illustrator Charles Loupot, the artist joined the Graphic Alliance in 1935. He continued to assert his own style and also became a master of the poster by asserting his signature - now recognizable to all - associated with a touch of humor always as delicate.

    The artist signs a brilliant poster from the start of his career before his talent was still recognized by everyone, only his peers have - at this period - already dubbed him. A work which is entirely in line with the definition of the poster established by Savignac himself: “popular and aristocratic”.

    For more information: Other results of this auction

    May 5, 2024
    Bugatti vs the world - 2024 Grover Williams Trophy Full Race

    Henk Mooi sent me the link to this video of a fantastic race, held 2024 at Goodwood.

    Very impressive racing, in which men nor machine were spared! Filmed in a very professional manner also!

    May 1, 2024
    First pictures of a camouflaged new Bugatti

    She comes ! Before your amazed eyes, this is the first image of the Bugatti hypercar which will soon take over from the Veyron and Chiron.

    Nice profile, right? The traditional arc that frames the doors is… no longer really circular, while the rear diffuser appears more imposing than ever. We find the (very) mobile rear wing, the LED curves as taillights, and the plunging snout (on a horseshoe grille that we can still only imagine from this angle).

    Mechanically, we only know the essentials: the legendary W16 8 liter quad-turbo gives way to a hybrid V16. We still don't know its characteristics, but we can already announce performances superior to those of the W16, which developed between 1500 and 1600 hp depending on the versions of the Chiron.

    It will be interesting to see the effect of this change of direction on the mass of the future Bugatti: electrification is heavy, but the colossal W16 weighed a dead donkey (or even two) with its ten radiators and oversized accessories . The Chiron thus flirted with two tonnes even in its lightest versions. For comparison, not far in the Volkswagen group's organizational chart, a Lamborghini Revuelto weighs 1772 kg with its 1015 hp 6.5 liter atmospheric hybrid V12, housed like the W16 Bugatti in a carbon monocoque.

    The metallic brown non camouflaged car is a rendering based on the camouflaged car-photo, found on

    What the car will really look like? It will be presented on June 22. So let's wait... Or, probably there will be another teaser before that!

    Bugatti news, former issues

    Bugatti events

    May 25 - until October ??, 2024 Celebrating 100 years of T35 and the GP at Lyon, August 3rd, 1924 - Exhibition at The Bugatti Trust Prescott, England

    The Bugatti Trust Museum and Study Centre, Prescott, England, is delighted to announce that its 2024 exhibition will be dedicated to the celebration of the centenary of the birth of the Grand Prix Bugatti. Opening on May 25th, the exhibition will focus on the Bugatti Type 35 as first presented by Ettore Bugatti to the international motoring community in August 1924 for the Grands Prix de l’Automobile Club de France weekend held in Lyon, France.

    The star of the exhibition will be one of the surviving Type 35 Bugattis from the Grand Prix d’Europe race held on August 3rd one hundred years ago. On loan from The National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, this very special Bugatti was raced by Ernest Friderich as car number 13 (on the right, chassis #4328) at the time and a detailed history will be presented with the car for the exhibition. It will be on display to the public at the Trust until October 2024 with additional exhibits and curated educational material to document this extraordinary moment in motoring history.

    From The Bugatti Trust archive, the exhibition will include the earliest original sketch as drawn by Ettore Bugatti himself when he wrote to racing drivers Vincenc "Čeněk" Junek and his wife Elizabeth "Eliska" presenting his concept of the Type 35 racing Bugatti. Gifted by Elizabeth Junek to The Bugatti Trust founder Hugh G. Conway in 1968, it is the most important document of the ‘origin story’ of this famous model. The archive will also present what is believed to be the first blueprint for the Bugatti Type 35 and the original document will be on display.

    May 30, 2024 Bassenge Auction "Gemälde Alter und Neuerer Meister" Berlin, Germany

    • Rembrandt Bugatti Painting: "Il parco di Milano" (View of a Parc in Milano), 1915: Estimate 24.000€

    Oil painting on wood. 14,3 x 21,7 cm. The rear (shown on the right) is signed in brown pen, dated and dedicated "all’amico [Fon]tana / rigorso affetuso / Bugatti / 19-8-[19]15", also named in black pen "Il parco di Milano".

    In the years before his early death, Rembrandt Bugatti created a few small-format paintings, which he dedicated and gave to close friends, as in this example from 1915 (cf. Véronique Fromanger: Rembrandt Bugatti Répertoire, Paris 2010, p. 236).

    More info

    June 5, 2024 Bonhams - Cornette de Saint Cyr auction France

    • Rembrandt Bugatti sculpture: Three walking panthers, 1905: Estimate 3.500.000 € - 5.500.000 €

    Signed, dated 'R Bugatti 905', inscribed '-Al sig. A A. Hébrard che l'arte e il nome mio fece.-' and stamped with the foundry mark 'Cire Perdue. A.A. Hébrard' (on the base)
    Bronze with mixed brown patina

    24 x 150 x 23 cm.

    Conceived and executed circa 1905, this work is a unique piece.
    This work is recorded in the archives of the Rembrandt Bugatti Repertoire and is offered together with a certificate of authenticity.


    • Collection Adrien-Aurélien Hébrard.
    • Collection particulière (par descendance).
    • Collection particulière (acquis auprès de celle-ci circa années 1970).

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    June 22 - October 13, 2024 Bugatti Exposition "Une Dynastie de créateurs" Uzes, France

    This Bugatti exposition, organized by François Melcion - who used to organize Retromobile, is in a small town called Uzes (located in the south of France at 40 kms from Avignon) which is a fantastic medieval town.

    We had the opportunity to set up this exposition in the episcopal building of the town and if you ever come you will be astonished by the location.

    For the first time in France, Carlo, Rembrandt and Ettore will be displayed in the same place.

    Everything on display will have a perfect provenance.

    It was during a friendly lunch that Marc Stammegna, Adolphe Monticelli expert, art dealer, enlightened connoisseur of bronzes by Rembrandt Bugatti, and François Melcion, former director of Rétromobile, discuss their shared passion for Bugatti family.

    From this meeting emerges the idea of a tribute to the family trilogy. Thanks to his 50 years of experience in the world of classic automobiles, which have led to take charge of the “Rétromobile” show in Paris, François Melcion was able to bring together a large number of emblematic vehicles.

    For his part, Marc Stammegna is responsible for the presentation of a large selection of works by Rembrandt Bugatti.

    Finally, the fruit of joint work made it possible to bring together remarkable furniture and exceptional pieces of silverwork by Carlo Bugatti.

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    CARLO BUGATTI (1856 Milan – 1940 Molsheim)
    He inherited the gifts of his father Giovanni, who was a renowned sculptor and architect in Italy and Europe. In 1880, he began his career as a cabinetmaker by offering his first work to his sister, on the occasion of her marriage to Segantini, an Italian symbolist painter.

    Very quickly, his artistic reputation asserted itself and his furniture adorned the most refined apartments of the European aristocracy. Carlo intends to maintain a deep connection between the organic world of nature and his artistic technique. He uses the most varied materials to mix them into a unique piece of furniture, a true work of art.

    His talent and genius are now recognized:
    1888: honorary diploma from the Italian exhibition at Earl’s Court in London,
    1900: silver medal at the Paris Universal Exhibition.
    At the height of his career, in 1902 Carlo obtained the honorary diploma from the 1st international exhibition of modern art in Turin where he exhibited four rooms including the one considered his masterpiece: “the snail room”. This exhibition is the starting point for art nouveau in Italy.
    To the Queen of Italy, who describes his creations as “Moorish style”, he responds “you are wrong, Majesty, this style is mine”.

    For his goldsmith pieces, he joined forces with the founder Hebrard whose technical genius allowed him to give free rein to his vision.

    He settled permanently in France in 1904, in Paris, then in Pierrefonds, where he was Mayor, and finally in Molsheim where he joined his son Ettore and his grandson Jean.

    ETTORE BUGATTI (1881 Milan – 1947 Neuilly s/Seine)
    Ettore raised the automobile to the rank of Fine Arts, making him a pioneer and Bugatti a myth of the luxury, sports and competition automobile industry.

    From a very young age, he designed mechanical parts and at the age of 14, he revealed his passion for mechanics. From his time at the Brera Academy of Fine Arts in Milan, he retained a pronounced taste for aesthetics and simplicity, "the originality of the design is nothing without the perfection of the execution" and from 1898, he manufactured his first motorized tricycle.

    In 1899, he manufactured a motorized quadricycle (the Type 1), then in 1900, he manufactured his first automobile, the Type 2, which won the grand prize at the Milan international automobile show. After collaborating with Émile Mathis, then the German manufacturer Deutz, he finally founded his own brand in 1909 in Molsheim, then on German territory.

    He will also build aircraft engines, boats and railcars powered by the 12.7 liter engine of the Bugatti Royale. In 1934, these railcars set a speed record of 192 km/h! The path to the TGV is all mapped out!!!

    The golden age of the brand was in the 20s and 30s when Jean joined his father in the design office. Together they designed the Types 37, 40, 41, the famous “Royale”, the 43 which reached a speed of 170 km/h, then followed by the Types 44 which met with great commercial success and the 46 known as “little Royale”, the latest model. designed by Ettore. The 55, designed by Jean, will leave its mark with its aesthetic, a timeless mark in the world of automobiles. The following cars were designed by Jean, including the Type 57 and its derivatives.

    Bugatti won the 24 hours of Le Mans twice: in 1937 with Robert Benoist and Jean-Pierre Wimille, at the wheel of a Type 57G, then in 1939, with Jean-Pierre Wimille and Pierre Veyron with a Type 57C.

    The death of Jean, at the wheel of a racing Bugatti in 1939, began the decline of the brand and Ettore would never recover from this premature death.

    During the war, the brand was “confiscated” by the Germans and disappeared despite the last battle of Ettore who succeeded in recovering the Molsheim factory at the liberation, but could never restart the activity due to lack of resources and customers.

    In 37 years, the Bugatti brand will have produced nearly 7,500 luxury cars, filed nearly 1,000 patents, won more than 10,000 victories, including 2,000 for the Bugatti 35 alone (an unrivaled success to date) and established 37 records.

    REMBRANDT BUGATTI (1884 Milan – 1916 Paris)
    In just 15 years, from 1900 to 1915, Rembrandt Bugatti, thanks to his innovative approach coupled with his exceptional genius, opened an impressionist door to the art of sculpture.

    Self-taught, from his childhood he spent a lot of time in his father's workshop, immersing himself in techniques while letting his mind open.

    At 16, he created a large “group of cows”, and three years later, in 1904, he signed an exclusive contract with Adrien Hebrard.

    Exhibitions followed at the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts, at the Louvre, and at the Salon d'Automne at the Grand Palais where he was placed next to Rodin who admired his work.

    In 1904, Hébrard dedicated an exhibition to him in his gallery on rue Royale, which was renewed every year until 1913. Unfortunately, after his suicide in 1916 and as a result of crises and wars, many of his bronzes were melted down in order to recover the metal. He will once again become the most sought-after animal sculptor in the world, from the 1970s, thus proving right.

    Rodin when speaking to his students, he evoked Rembrandt Bugatti with these words: “Young people, here is your new master” The animals sculpted by Rembrandt Bugatti are not imaginary but real animal portraits captured by the artist's subtle examination.

    His bronzes placed under paintings by Van Dongen, Matisse, Derain and other masters are in full osmosis with the great Fauve artists.

    In 1909, when he created the “Grand Anteater” or the “Baboin”, he created works close to Cubism, without even knowing Picasso.

    The work of Rembrandt Bugatti is pure talent.
    Thanks to his meeting with Adrien Hébrard, founder, magician of patinas and Palazzolo, goldsmith and trimmer, Rembrandt's bronzes are light and alive, with eternal beauty.

    August 22 - 25, 2024 Bugatti Club Denmark Meeting

    Bugatti Club Denmark has the ambition to explore and experience all corners of the Danish kingdom with their faithful cars. Since the club’s rebirth in 2018, they have thus already enjoyed exquisite roads in North Jutland, Central Jutland, on Funen, on Bornholm and in North Zealand. In total, we have driven around 2200 kilometers to date ac cording to roadbooks and maps and in all kinds of weather.

    And we have only just begun.

    So, on our next trip we will be visiting Southern Jutland, the beautiful borderland that is almost an inseparable part of Denmark’s history and self-understanding; and a part of the country at the same time so very distinctive.

    With some 450 km routes during the meeting, reaching from Jutland’s east coast to the west coast, we will experi ence and enjoy all that which characterizes South Jutland: the landscape, the architecture, the culture, the crafts manship, the language, the food - and the people.

    The deadline for inscription has been extended to mid April.

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    September 12 - 15, 2024 Bugatti Festival Molsheim, France

    As always around the 2nd weekend in September, the famous - open for all public - Festival in the birthplace of the Bugatti Automobiles, Molsheim.

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