Sneak peak inside the world’s most expensive Bugatti meet

Published on Sep 01, 2022 at 2:21 PM (UTC+4)
by Patrick Jackson

Last updated on Sep 01, 2022 at 2:21 PM (UTC+4)
Edited by Kate Bain

Sneak peak inside the world’s most expensive Bugatti meet

If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to attend one of the world’s most exclusive car events, Bugatti has revealed some incredible photos from Passione Engadina to give you a taste.

Held every year in Saint Moritz, Switzerland, Bugatti is the featured marque at the event this year.

The turnout of cars didn’t disappoint, with everything from classic racers to the latest hypercars on display.

Bugattis parked on airport runway
Bugatti Chiron Super Sport on airport runway
Bugatti EB110 on display at the Kulm Country Club
Bugattis on display at the Kulm Country Club
Bugattis on display at the Kulm Country Club
Bugattis on display at the Kulm Country Club
Bugatti EB110 racing in the Passione Engadina
Bugatti Type 57 racing in the Passione Engadina
Bugatti Atalante racing in the Passione Engadina
Bugatti Type 35 racing in the Passione Engadina
Bugatti Type 51 racing in the Passione Engadina
Bugatti Type 35 and 51 racing in the Passione Engadina
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Thirteen of the rarest Bugattis ever made were gathered on the greens of the Kulm Country Club.

The oldest on display was the Type 1 Prinetti Stucchi – a motorized tricycle recognized as the first Ettore Bugatti-engineered project.

Other incredibly expensive rarities including the Type 57 SC Atalante and Type 35 B were also on display.

The newest on show was the upcoming Bolide, which will end up in customers’ hands in 2024.

It was flanked by the Divo, La Voiture Noir, and Chiron Super Sport 300+.

The Bugatti EB110 and Veyron Super Sport were other notable mentions in the lineup at Passione Engadina.

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The collection of old and new Bugatti models first embarked on the Julius Baer rally on Saturday August 28.

The cars’ racing pedigree was put to the test as they traversed the Swiss and Italian alps, making for yet more stunning photos.

Then, on the Sunday morning, a group of Chiron Super Sports headed to Samedan Airport.

There, owners could see just how fast they could drive their cars in a series of time trials.

It also allowed them to fully unleash all 1578hp their cars produced.

After that, another series of time trials was held in the Saint Moritz town center.

From there, the cars headed to the Kulm Country Club for the presentation of awards at the main event to round out the festivities.

If that isn’t the ultimate way to spend a weekend, we’re not sure what is.

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Patrick Jackson

A car zealot from a young age, Patrick has put his childhood spent obsessing over motoring magazines and TV shows to good use over the past six years as a journalist. Fuelled by premium octane coffee, he’s contributed to Finder, DriveTribe, WhichCar, Vehicle History and Drive Section.