Milan-born Ettore Bugatti moved to Molsheim (Alsace) in France where he started up a factory which soon became world famous. Bugatti’s technical ingeniousness in car building brought him and his racing cars fame shortly after World War I. The eight-cylinder 35B is probably the most classic model, with its mechanicals noteworthy both for their design and engineering. Its excellent racetrack record from 1925 to 1930 included the Targa Florio five times in a row, and the Grands Prix of Rome, Italy, Spain, Munich and Germany.
- Engine: 8 cylinders
- Capacity: 2292 cc
- Max.power output: 135 bhp at 5300 rpm
- Max.speed: 160 km/h
- Weight: 750 kg