Can you imagine how long does it take for Delahaye USA specialist to build Bugatti Type 57S Bella Figura coupe? The answer is three years. American specialist Delahaye USA needed three years to complete the Bugatti Type 57S Bella Figura coupe prototype as a tribute to Jean Bugatti and the Type 57S.
As you can see on the photos we attached between our writings, you can witness that the Bugatti Type 57S Bella Figura coupe by Delahaye USA is a highly stylized, stretched, and widened coupe. The coupe can carries two six-foot-six occupants and still hold the classic Bugatti look and feel.
The Bugatti Type 57S Bella Figura coupe by Delahaye USA has 127-inch wheelbase, 194-inch length, 76-inch width, and floor to ceiling around 44-inch. We predict the weight of the cope is more or less 3,000 pounds.
“We’re building air conditioned cars with power brakes/steering/windows and modern engines you can actually drive and afford!” explained Delahaye USA about the Bugatti Type 57S Bella Figura coupe project.
The complete design and assembling of the Bugatti Type 57S Bella Figura coupe by Delahaye done in USA but the polished aluminum body had to be done in UK. Delahaye stated that the coupe is available in two driving version: the right or left hand driving as a complete finished “turnkey” vehicle; a “turnkey minus” where you bolt your engine and transmission (an importing advantage outside USA); as a “roller” (body chassis with wheels); or in “self-assembly” form for the build-it-yourself enthusiast.
The Bugatti Type 57S Bella Figura coupe by Delahaye USA is powered by all aluminum 5.0L M70 BMW V12. The first production of the classic coupe is scheduled to join the production line-up in November and the Bugatti Type 57S Bella Figura coupe by Delahaye USA will be equipped with a new supercharged 556 horsepower 6.2L LSA Cadillac engine. Sadly, Delahaye USA does not wish to share the price tag for the Bugatti Type 57S Bella Figura coupe.