Bugatti unveils Christmas gift options including speakers worth $450,000

Invest in in the brand's craftsmanship and technology whatever your. budget.
  • Bugatti has revealed its holiday gift list for 2023
  • It allows fans of the brand to invest in its craftsmanship and technology
  • It includes wireless headphones, an Asprey ornamental egg and a LEGO technic Bugatti Bolide

Published on Nov 22, 2023 at 7:13PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Nov 24, 2023 at 1:30PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Alessandro Renesis
Bugatti unveils Christmas gift options including speakers worth $450,000

Waking up to on 25 December to find Santa has squeezed a Bugatti supercar down the chimney and parked it under the tree is unlikely.

An oil change on some models costs even more than most people’s cars.

But fans of the hyper sports cars can invest in a little of the French brand’s magic.

Bugatti has evolved beyond the automotive sphere and entered the world of luxury goods – including sportswear.

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Meaning enthusiasts without six zeros (plus) in their bank account can finally buy into the craftsmanship and technology.


Cost: $49.99

A detailed tribute to the real supercar deal, this festive project will entertain kids and big kids alike.

The detailed homage to the most extreme Bugatti is made up of 905 pieces.

Measuring over 3 inches high, 12 inches long, and 5 inches wide – it’s small but perfectly to scale.

It even mirrors the Bolide’s scissor-opening doors, aerodynamic rims with low-profile tires and cockpit.

Peek inside the cabin and under the hood and you’ll find a turntable steering wheel and W16 engine with pistons.

Choose from the premiere in bright yellow and a blue version based on the color of classic Bugatti racing cars.


Cost: $300

Whether you join in the festivities or not, the holidays and New Year are a time for celebration.

So popping corks is almost mandatory for those who partake.

This is a limited edition Blanc de Blancs from CARBON’s private cellar.

A 2013 vintage, its derived from 100% Grand Cru Chardonnay grapes.

Opening with top notes of citrus and spring flowers, it matures into citrus, toasty notes, and aromatic herbs.

The finish has a hint of acidity, adding a refined balance to the flavor.


Cost: $399

Crafted from the durable ceramic you can find in high-end timepieces, these headphones combine the luxury of the brand with its tech and performance.

They boast advanced Hybrid Active Noise Cancellation, two Ambient Listening modes, and a wide acoustic driver.

This result: exceptional sound quality and a wider soundstage that closely mimics a live performance.

If you use your headphones for calls, the new wind-reducing talk solution with six microphones equals ultimate clarity.

A slim case us designed to slip seamlessly into a pocket and provides an additional 30 hours of charge for up to 42 hours of playtime in total.


Cost: $1,290

This remarkable piece of technology combines the luxury and functionality you’d expect from the Molsheim brand.

With its impressive battery life, HR sensor, and traditional design, it’s able to keep up – no matter how active your lifestyle.

Crafted in collaboration with VIITA Watches, it boasts a high-strength cover made from lightweight titanium.

What’s more, it has an advanced scratch-resistant ceramic bezel.

Hidden inside are dual sensors for heart rate and heart rate variability measurements.

It also supports over 90 sports, offering cardiovascular recovery, training recommendations, biological age and stress-level measurements.

There’s even a GPS sensor developed by Bugatti, allowing wearers to log lap times and acceleration values automatically.


Cost: $1,995

The luxurious, innovative eyewear is crafted in Japan from cellulose acetate and .925 sterling silver.

It also features grade 5 Japanese titanium components, and embossed genuine leather temples.

Lenses with anti-reflective coating provides 100% UVA/UVB protection.

A first in eyewear, Positive Vapor Deposition technology creates a highly wear-resistant surface.

The iconic Bugatti grille pattern pays tribute to Bugatti’s automotive heritage.


Cost: $20,000-$200,000

The beautiful design of Bugatti supercars is reflected in this exquisite ornamental egg.

The limited-edition series designed by Asprey Studio was inspired by Carlo Bugatti’s philosophy

That being “the purest perfect shape of nature is the egg”.

The collection features precious metal objet d’art eggs, including the Royale Edition.

Intricately crafted from carbon fiber, it’s encased in a sterling silver and diamond weave lattice.

It also features a “Dancing Elephant” motif, which is a nod to Rembrandt Bugatti’s sculpture on the Bugatti Type 41 Royale.

Each egg is also linked to a generative art NFT inscribed on the Bitcoin blockchain, combining the worlds of art and technology.


Cost: $450,000

The multi-award-winning speaker pair and music controller deliver crystal-clear sound to your home

It does this with diamond diaphragm speaker drivers and four invisible subwoofers.

The result is unlimited dynamic range and unique amplifier technology.

Like a Bugatti supercar, the tech is built from carbon fiber, fabrics, leather, polished stainless steel, dark aluminum and precious-metal surfaces.

It allows connection to music-streaming services, TV and smart devices.

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