BUGATTI ROYALE COUPE NAPOLEON

Novermber 2013 | The Bugatti Royale Coupé Napoléon Type 41 originates from the year 1933 designed by Jean Bugatti in France. Its nickname would be fiacre which means chariot in French. There are six designs in the Type 41 series.Currently the most famous version would be on display in Cité de l'automobile, Mulhouse.

The Bugatti Royale Coupé Napoléon car is first completely build in Maya NURBS and later converted to polygons for rendering and rigging purposes.


Below the Rigging showcase video (music by Flowers From the Man Who Shot Your Cousin).


Press the play button below to watch the Sketchfab model rendering.