The Bugatti Type 35 was possibly the most successful race car ever and established the French manufacturer's reputation as an automotive icon. Over its long career, the Type 35 is thought to have won over 2,000 races — around 14 races per week at the peak of its success. In 1926 Ettore Bugatti and son Jean built a half-scale Type 35 for Ettore's youngest son Roland, and the car was so popular that it went into production between 1927 and 1936 with around 500 produced. For Bugatti's 110th anniversary, Bugatti and Little Car Company worked together to create an updated Bugatti Baby, this time in three-quarter scale with adjustable pedals and a lithium-ion electric drivetrain with regenerative braking — something even the Chiron doesn't have — and a limited-slip differential. 500 of the new Bugatti Babies are being made in three different guises, and while the run initially sold out, several build slots have opened up in the meantime and are being offered on a first-come, first-served basis.