Bugatti Type 50 Coupé 1931
The Type 50 T (Touring) version was introduced to the large public in 1930 and featured a longer wheelbase as compared to its initial T50 model.
In fact, the 50 T shared its chassis construction with the Type 46 model while equipped with a newly-developed 5.0L engine delivering up to 200 hp (less than the short-version Type 50). Also, the new Type 50 T was available with an optional 4-door saloon coachwork. Both Type 50 and Type 50 T models were produced in 65 units from 1930 to 1934, while also providing the base for the Type 50 Grand Sport prototype in 1930 (powered by a 24 Hours of Le Mans-designed 4.9L 8-inline unit).
- Collage: Features over 180 watch part components
- Weight: 1.225 kg (1.7 lb)
- Frame Dimensions: 40 x 22.5 cm (16″ x 9″)