Bugatti Unveils Customizable Wine Bottle Case Using Satellite Technology

Bugatti was associated with Champagne Charcoal to create a bottle crate unique in its class. denominated La Bouteille Sur Mesure made to measure with customization options “nearly infinite”, sculpted to resemble the firm’s high-end models. Clients are similar to Chiron, DivoMistral or Bolide.

These highly individualized and luxurious bottles will be the perfect match for each customer’s hyper sports car.”, Wiebke Stahl commented, CEO of Bugatti International.

This complement comes with a bottle of wine and the wine itself. Customers will be able to designate the exterior color of the casing and its exterior. It has a variety of colors, as is the case with the company’s vehicles, which allows the box to be created to suit the owner.

La Bouteille Sur Mesure arrives a year after the manufacturer revealed his La Bouteille Noire, a 15-litre bottle of Champagne Carbon housed in a box inspired by the Bugatti La Voiture Noire. For this box you will need 150 hours and 314 individual sheets carbon fiber The new cases use the same artisan process.

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It is very interesting to see Alexandre Mea and Champagne Carbon being inspired by everything we do at Bugatti, whether it is the design, the technology or the materials we use.”, commented Stahl.

This time they took the optional thermodynamic cooling cell further, a technology found in orbiting satellites. It uses 15 high-end fans to circulate cool air inside the case, ensuring optimal temperature.

Owners can customize the case, carbon bottle, and wine interior. It also has the world’s first photoluminescent carbon fiber bottle. This one serves up to 150 glasses of champagne.

Chiron, Divo, Bolide and Mistral they will be cars immortalized in bottles of wine. A thermodynamically cooled custom wine bottle crate is not something you see on a daily basis at a company that makes automobiles.

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