Bugatti Grand Prix Desk with built in Apple iMac
The Bugatti Grand Prix desk brings the style of fast drag racing right into your office. Created by designer, Luzzo Bespoke, it is birthed from nearly three thousand hours of CAD that is meticulously crafted to clarify Bugatti’s heritage by the UK interior design firm. It has a beautiful interior look of the car that adds well to the robust look of the sides of the desk. The design neatly adopts a larger version of the Winfield carburetor synchronization quadrants from a classic Bugatti Type 57 as drive gears to adjust the desk height and the 57′s honeycomb grille for the drawer fronts. Billet aluminum parts and French racing blue lacquer adorn this magnificent homage piece, along with a tan leather writing area that pays tribute to the Bugatti upholstery found in the 57. Last but not least, you’ll find a nifty Apple iMac computer built into the desk itself that rises and descends via a small motor when a button is depressed. The good news? You can have this desk for far less than you can an actual Type 57 ($4.4 million). The bad news? It still costs a bit more than an Ikea Jonas desk.
However, the desk is available in two versions. The one that Bugatti boasts of at $240,000 and a cheaper (but by no means inexpensive) one at a “mere” $65,000. For this kind of money, Luzzo Bespoke will most probably offer you the chance to choose your favorite color for the film. The following show a few of the features that the desk has to offer. Be prepared to be enthralled by its obvious bling. You will also see that the writing surface of the desk is made to resemble the upholstery inside a ’57 Bugatti that is directly in front of the flip open Mac computer.