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It's Beginning To Look a Lot Like Christmas at Bugatti With Their 2023 Holiday Gift Ideas

Like every automaker out there, Bugatti also has a side hustle besides selling vehicles, which revolves around various other products unrelated to the car industry. Some of them make for interesting gifts, and with the winter holidays around the corner, the Molsheim brand has presented ideas of Bugatti-branded products that could be placed under the Christmas Tree.
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Aimed at enthusiasts of all ages, they comprise the usual gadgets such as smartwatches and noise-canceling headphones, as well as LEGO kits, sunglasses, collectible watches, and so on. And as everyone who knows a thing or two about Bugatti can tell you, they are not exactly bargains.

Offering a total of 42 hours of playtime, the Master & Dynamic MW08 Bugatti earphones are an interesting and pricey alternative to the usual earbuds. They come in three different colors, cost $399, and are shipped for free in the United States and Canada, accompanied by a 14-day return policy.

Since we are in the gadget category, we might as well mention the Bugatti Smartwatch Ceramique Titane Edition. The smartwatch has a scratch-resistant ceramic bezel and a cover made from lightweight aluminum, features heart monitoring sensors and a built-in GPS, and supports over 90 sports. The price on this one is €1,490 (equaling $1,628).

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Boasting a diamond diaphragm for clear sound, four subwoofers, and various customization options, the Tidal for Bugatti loudspeaker is also mentioned on this list put together by the Molsheim high-end super sports car maker, and we still don't know how much it costs despite being unveiled three years ago. Still, if you have to ask about the money, you probably cannot afford it.

Speaking of pricey things, the Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon Rose Gold by Jacob & Co has made its way to this list, too. Designed to mirror the iconic W16 quad-turbo engine, it is a masterpiece decorated with diamonds featuring 18-karat rose gold. It has a rubber strap, a 30-meter (98-foot) water resistance, and is limited to 72 copies.

If you think Ray-Bans are somewhat pricey, you probably won't afford the Bugatti Eyewear Collection Model 07, which is $1,995. The sunglasses are available in different hues, feature a Japanese Cellulose Acetate Frame, .925 sterling silver hardware, titanium components, and Zeiss lenses with an anti-reflective coating, and they're handcrafted in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Your kid will likely be thrilled by the LEGO Technic Bugatti Bolide, which is a detailed homage to the real thing. It is 12 inches (305 mm) long, 5 inches (127 mm) wide, and over 3 inches (76 mm) tall, has 905 components, a detailed W16 engine with moving pistons, and additional highlights. Customers can choose between the light yellow or blue version, and this toy will set you back $49.99.

Last but not least, you could also get an Asprey Bugatti Egg and/or the Champagne Carbon EB.03 Bolide, too. So, which one would it be then?
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About the author: Cristian Gnaticov
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After a series of unfortunate events put an end to Cristian's dream of entering a custom built & tuned old-school Dacia into a rally competition, he moved on to drive press cars and write for a living. He's worked for several automotive online journals and now he's back at autoevolution after his first tour in the mid-2000s.
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