Ettore Bugatti made the Royale for kings and other royalties. In the 1930s, this car is the most expensive thing you can buy. It is also one of the largest car ever made. Eventually, only 6 were made and 3 were sold (not to royalties).
About this creation
The Royale featured a straight eight 12 litre engine.
The "Coupe Napoleon" was the first Royale made, and it was Ettore Bugatti's personal car.
During WWII, the car was bricked. Now, it resides in Schlumpf Museum.
The "Coupe de Ville Binder" has been rebodied. And during WWII, it was stored in the sewers.
It is now owned by Volkswagen AG.
The "Weinberger Cabriolet" is the only white Royale right now.
Now, it was owned by the Henry Ford Museum.
The "Limousine Park-Ward" has a body built by the coachbuilder Park Ward.
It is now in the Schlumpf Museum with the "Coupe Napoleon".
The "Kellner Coupe" is the only Royale with the 2 door coupe body.
It was bricked during WWII.
The "Berline de Voyage" was the last Royale produced.