Bugatti Displays 57s in Essen

Classic Cars

A pair of 1930s Bugatti Type 57s travel from California to Germany for the Techno Classica show.

No classic car show would be complete without a display of vintage Bugattis. So for this year’s Techno Classica in Essen, Germany, Bugatti brought out to examples of its legendary Type 57. The green examples is a 1939 Type 57C Atalante (one of only 106 made), while the off-white car is a '37 Type 57 Ventoux (one of 150). Both came from the Mullin Automotive Museum in California, which specializes in Art Deco cars. They were displayed alongside the latest Veyron Vitesse roadster. (Photos by Michael Furman Photography for Bugatti.)

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