Jean Bugatti built his Bugatti Aérolithe in 1935, in a
magnesium alloy whose high flammability excluded any type of soldering. The
chassis was made in two parts that were riveted on each side of a central fin.
titanium which calls on laser technology where traditional machining reaches
its limits. The connection with the world of speed is evidenced by the double
minute counter, for the calculation of slow speeds such as walking.