The Type 40 was a mid-range car produced by the French Bugatti company between 1926 and 1930. It was born in 1926 as a possible replacement for the now aging Type 22 and Type 23. Available in multiple body variants, the Type 40 had in any case a very classic and pleasant line. It was the last "popular" Bugatti, as the models produced after its release were all luxury, very expensive and the prerogative of a few wealthy.

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