- Buggati launched a new restoration program at Rétromobile;
- The program will focus on the certification and restoration of classic Bugatti cars;
- Showcased at the show are a Bugatti Type 35C, Bugatti EB110 SS and Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport.
Rétromobile, a yearly car show devoted to classic cars, is opening today in Paris at the Parc des expositions de la Porte de Versailles. The five-day show rounds up manufacturers like Aston Martin, Volkswagen, FCA and Morgan.
Bugatti, the France-based luxury manufacturer, is also there this year and launched a new program called “La Maison Pur Sang”. The program will offer the certification and restoration of classic Bugatti vehicles.
“Bugatti vehicles have always been special automobiles. Exceptional design, outstanding performance and the latest technology characterize each Bugatti,” emphasizes Stephan Winkelmann, President of Bugatti. “In order to allow owners to experience and enjoy the outstanding technology flawlessly, we have decided to provide intensive support in our factory with the “La Maison Pur Sang” program.”
At the helm of the program is Luigi Galli, a new specialist for Tradition and Certification at Bugatti. With “La Maison Pur Sang” being rolled out gradually, Galli and his team of experts are certifying the authenticity of historic Bugattis through intensive research.
“With “La Maison Pur Sang” we offer an official framework for these automotive treasures. It is very important to protect and preserve Bugatti’s tradition and heritage, as well as the existing knowledge of the brand,” adds Winkelmann.
Bugatti’s booth at Rétromobile 2020 showcases three vehicles that showcase the development of the luxury brand for hyper sports cars, according to the carmaker. The three models on display are the Bugatti Type 35C, Bugatti EB110 SS and Bugatti Veyron Grand Sport.
The Rétromobile 2020 Show started today at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles and will be opened until Sunday, February 9th.