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Luxury Supercar Manufacturer Bugatti Release a $300k Pool Table

Updated: Jan 27


Typically you’d associate the name Bugatti with one of the most expensive and fastest supercars to ever be produced. All car nuts have heard of the Bugatti Veyron, the Bugatti Chiron and making headlines recently, the Bugatti La Voiture Noire, which sold for an eye-watering USD$18 million, therefore making it the second most expensive brand-new production car ever to be sold behind the Rolls Royce Boat Tail.

However, today we aren’t talking about motors. As an addition to Bugatti’s Lifestyle Collection, which already includes Signature champagne and a range of Jacob & Co. x Bugatti wristwatches, there is now a pool table, but as you’d expect, it’s no ordinary pool table. In collaboration with IXO, Bugatti have gone one step further than luxury hypercars and developed a state-of-the-art, carbon fibre, futuristic pool table deployed with gyroscopic sensors to level the table within five milliseconds, you know, in the case of installation onboard a yacht.

Bugatti Pool Table

The table itself resembles many of the supercars’ parallelisms, including the majority of the table being constructed from carbon fibre, aluminium and titanium. Bugatti attempted to imitate the “sporting nature” of their supercar. Some other features include leather-lined ball pockets and being decked out in Bugatti badges all over.

Bugatti Pool Table

In addition to the table, you’ll be hooked up with all the necessary accessories. These include a wall-mounted cue rack made from carbon with a 13-inch touchscreen for scoring. Added is a carbon ceiling light with dimming options, a leather suitcase for the balls, an aluminium chalk box and a cleaning brush. As an added extra, you’ll also receive an aluminium USB showcasing photos and videos on how the table was manufactured.

Only 30 of these ultra-exclusive tables have been manufactured. To get your hands on one, you will need to cough up $300,000 (AUD$386,000).

Images courtesy of: Bugatti

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