The Bugatti Type 41 also know as the Bugatti Royale was a luxury class car that was build from 1926 to 1933. All six production Royales are still existing but the prototype was unfortunately destroyed by an accident.
The car was powered by an eight cylinder (12.7l) in-line engine with 275hp. The topspeed was around 200km/h (124mph). It had a lenght of circa 6.35m and is therfore one of the longest cars in the world.
The 23 remaining engines where used in railcars (also built by Bugatti) that were operated by the SNCF.
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