Bugatti Type 30 (1922 to 1926)
Bugatti was quick to apply his racing technology to the road cars. The Type 30 was the first of the 8-cylinder road cars, using the Type 29's racing engine and the other running gear of the Brescia. It became relatively popular, and the idea was developed through a string of models into the 1930s.
In 1922, the Type 30 had a 820x120 beaded edge tyre, from 1923 it was fitted with a 765x105 tyre.