Bugatti’s latest accessory and apparel collection comes courtesy of their official partner Audes Group, with inspiration being drawn from the carmaker’s famous models, from the Chiron, Divo and La Voiture Noire, to the Chiron Super Sport 300+, Centodieci and the Bolide.
The collection consists of more than 50 items, such as t-shirts, jackets, power banks, key chains, bags, small leather items, mugs, cufflinks, credit card holders and so on.
What’s surprising however is that despite a focus on high-tech fabrics and the Bugatti brand, none of these items are particularly expensive, especially if we compare them to similar lifestyle accessories from other carmakers – take Lamborghini for example, whose various clothing items cost more than twice as much as Bugatti’s.
You can browse through the collection by clicking here, or by visiting selected Bugatti dealer partners.
The most expensive Bugatti item we could find is a navy blue ‘EB’ jacket worth €280 ($330) and let’s face it, some people spend way more on special edition Air Jordans.
Of course, the same can’t be said about anything with a Bugatti badge in which you can actually get in and drive away. Just last month we got wind of how much it costs to actually lease a $3.2 million Chiron Sport, and the numbers are enough to make even the 1% pause and think.
You start off with a $358,000 down payment, followed by $52,196 per month on a 3-year deal, or $65,950 a month for 24 months. You’re basically buying a new sports car every month and giving it to Bugatti – is another way of looking at it. Oh and you can’t put more than 2,500 miles (4,023 km) per year on the Chiron Sport if you lease it.