In 1926, Ettore Bugatti built a scale Type 35 for his youngest son's fourth birthday. It proved so popular that the "Baby", as it was known, became a production model, sold until 1936. In honor of the brand's 110th anniversary, Bugatti is bringing the concept back with the Baby II. Like the original, the RWD car has a battery-powered electric powertrain, but unlike the original, this one is a three-quarter-size replica, allowing both children and adults behind the wheel. It's built by hand, with removable lithium-ion battery packs, a limited slip differential, and regenerative braking, and offers a 1kW, 12mph "Child" mode, a 4kW, 28 mph "Adult" mode, and, like the Chiron, a Speed Key upgrade to give access to up to 10kW of power with no speed limit. Production starts this fall.