From time to time, Bugatti’s field of activity stretches beyond its super sports cars, as they have been offering various other products for years. As of recently, their catalogue also includes a pool table, or 30 of them, to be more precise.
Made in partnership with IXO in a limited number and aptly dubbed the ‘Bugatti Pool Table’, it uses the finest materials out there. And that it should, considering that it costs as much as an apartment – or a house, depending on where you live: €250,000 or $301,150 at the current exchange rates.
“It is our pleasure to be working with a manufacturing partner that mirrors the qualities of Bugatti”, said President Stephan Winkelmann. “Through our shared values, we can be sure that the Bugatti Pool Table will be made with extremely high quality materials, that the standard of the limited production will be very high, and that the technology used to make the product is advanced.”
Claimed to meet the standards of a professional pool table, the Bugatti piece brandishes CNC-machined, brushed and anodized aluminum sides, stainless steel ball pockets lined with leather, and titanium screws and nuts. Every pool table is bedecked by the official Bugatti logo and a unique plaque with the limited edition number of each product.
The accessories, which are offered at no extra cost, include the carbon fiber wall cue with integrated 13-inch display to keep track of scores, carbon fiber cues with anodized and CNC-machined aluminum ends, and dimmable LED ceiling light made of carbon fiber. A black anodized aluminum chalk box, black cleaning brush and leather suitcase to transport the Aramith Tournament Pro balls are also part of the offering, together with a USB stick that features photos and videos of each table made.
The Bugatti Pool Table was engineered to be used on yachts. It has an optional servo-driven system that deploys a gyroscopic sensor. Thus, the legs can automatically adjust in just 5 milliseconds to compensate for the movement of the ship “in total silence with vibration-free adjustment”, the Molsheim company claims.