St. Moritz was paid a visit by an incredible fleet of Bugattis.
One of the most desired and famous Swiss alpine destinations in the world is St. Moritz, and the luxury ski destination is also home to one of the world’s most exclusive automotive events, Passione Engadina. The event, which is in its 11th year, celebrates rare classics built as recently as 30 years ago in 1992. This year, Bugatti was the event’s featured brand, which caused Passione Engadina to look at the history of Ettore Bugatti and his family of artists in Milan, which raised him before he went to start his car company in France.
The special exhibition that Passione Engadina put together to celebrate Ettore Bugatti’s history was called “Pavilion Bugatti,” and what it showed were 13 cars, ranging all the way from the first Bugatti, the Type 1 Prinetti Stucchi, which was a motorized tricycle, all the way to the new Bolide, which will be delivered to customers starting 2024. The display was donated by Bugatti customers and was on display until August 28, and consisted of the Type 1, a Type 13, a Type 25 B, a Type 57 Atalante, a Type 55 Figoni, a Type 59 Sports, a Type 101 Antem, an EB110 Super Sport, a Veyron 16.4 Super Sport, a Chiron Super Sport 300+, a Divo, the La Voiture Noire, and the Bolide. Over 20,000 visitors got to witness the incredible lineup of Bugattis, and it chronicled over a century of history for one of the greatest names in the automotive world.