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Jetex receives striking Baby II car from Bugatti
The Jetex Bugatti Baby II was built and customised according to a set of exacting specifications. Inside the vehicle, premium leather seats have been finished in pearlised metallic alongside a pebbled grain.
The car, finished in Jetex's signature orange, is not difficult to spot.

Jetex has expanded its fleet of luxury airport limousines at the Al Maktoum International airport VIP terminal in Dubai by adding a bespoke Bugatti Baby II. Jetex maintains a fleet of vehicles for the convenience of its passengers and guests so that, even before setting foot on board a private jet or reaching the private terminal, they experience luxury and attention to detail. The bespoke Bugatti Baby II has been specially commissioned and customised for the company.

Celebrating an historic era of Bugatti racing and based on the original Type 35-inspired Baby, this reimagined carbon fibre Vitesse model offers more in terms of performance and size. Passengers and guests may catch a glimpse of the gleaming classic car, which is finished in the Jetex signature orange, as they travel through the Jetex VIP terminal in Dubai.

“The whole purpose of the private terminal limousine fleet is to ensure that when guests depart or arrive at their destination, they are calm, relaxed and ready to enjoy all that Jetex and the destination have to offer,” says Adel Mardini, founder and CEO of Jetex. “The timeless Bugatti Baby II, with its dramatic, swooping lines that recall a glittering bygone era, has been unobtrusively adapted to current standards of comfort. This classic car is a surprise to discover at our private terminal in Dubai.”

The Jetex Bugatti Baby II was built and customised according to a set of exacting specifications. As well as incorporating trademark Bugatti details, the Jetex model includes a host of special features, such as a 2.8kWh battery pack, an upgraded powertrain and a speed key, just like the road-going Chiron hyper sports car. It is fitted with a touring pack, high-power LED headlights, brake lights as well as upgraded wiring harness/loom. The car has received a personalised number plate as well as custom reflective chrome Jetex logos on both the back of the car's mirror and on the vehicle's steering wheel, made using 3D high-resolution stereolithography. Inside the vehicle, premium leather seats have been finished in pearlised metallic alongside a pebbled grain.

Kostas Psarris, regional director, Middle East and Asia at Bugatti, comments: “This incredible Baby II model is a stunning tribute to the heritage of the Bugatti marque, and the original Baby model that this is based on. We are delighted to play a part in securing the order of this iconic small car, which is a must-have for all Bugatti enthusiasts and collectors. This particular example, the first off the production line, is highly coveted and we are pleased to see it go to a long-time Bugatti customer.”

Bugatti Baby II reflects commitment of Jetex to providing a superlative and inspiring travel experience, every step of the way.

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