Blue Bugatti Le Tank from 1936. Eight cylinders, max. speed 235 km/h
The Bugatti Tank is a type of motor racing car body from the Bugatti car manufacturer. It was used on Bugatti Type 32 from 1923, then on Bugatti Type 57 between 1935 and 19391, victorious in particular in the Rally of the French Alps in 1935, Grand Prix automobile de France in 1936, 24 Hours of Le Mans 1937, and 24 Hours of Le Mans 19392.
This original body, streamlined and lowered, was created by Ettore Bugatti for the Bugatti Type 32 at the rate of 1 prototype + 4 examples for the Grand Prix automobile de France 1923, powered by the first 8-cylinder Bugatti engine of the Bugatti Type 304.