PG x Bugatti Bicycle

Developed by the former and designed by the latter, the PG x Bugatti Bicycle is the ideal two-wheel complement to the four-wheeled Chiron. Made from more than 95 percent carbon fiber, the bike weighs less than 5kg, making it the lightest "special" urban bike in the world. Individual components can be tailored to the rider, and customers of Bugatti can even get theirs built to match their cars. Manufactured by Kussmaul in Germany and limited to just 667 bikes worldwide.

  • Bajaboard

    The design of most powered skateboards confines them to the relatively smooth pavement of city sidewalks. The Bajaboard can handle far rougher terrain. Its aluminum independent double-wishbone suspension lets it go off-road with ease, and its powerful motor can propel you through the countryside at speeds up to 31 mph. You control the action via a handheld controller with a LED screen to give you feedback on remaining battery power, speed, throttle percentage, and miles ridden, and thanks to a range of up to 22 miles, it can carry you farther, faster than many pavement-bound boards.

  • Palmer Johnson x Bugatti Niniette 66 Yacht

    Sometimes the only thing boats share with the sports cars that "inspired" them is their name and a coat of paint. That is demonstrably not the case with the Palmer Johnson x Bugatti Niniette 66 Yacht. The curving line that defines the sides of the Chiron is carried over to the 20-meter-long vessel. On deck, there's a luxurious lounge area, with a hot tub, fire pit, and champagne bar, and the interior quarters are similarly posh, with plenty of leather, suede, carbon, and polished metal, a guest bathroom, a galley kitchen, a skylight, and an enormous bed. Despite all this, the Man V8 engines are still able to propel the boat up to 48 knots, giving you the performance you'd expect from a yacht inspired by one of the world's fastest cars.

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