In October of 2020, Bugatti revealed its Bolide hyper sports vehicle concept, which was swiftly followed by a real-life version the following month. Bolide will actually hit the streets, according to the automaker, with production already begun. The hypercar, however, will be produced in a limited edition run of only 40 pieces.
With a quad-turbo eight-liter W16 engine producing 1,825 horsepower, the automobile spectacle delivers a punch. The car also has a 1,600 PS power output, 1,600-newton meters of torque, and 2,2250 rpm. The automobile weighs 1,240 kg (2,733 lbs), making it a particularly light sports car. The Bugatti Veyron weighs 1835 kg (approximately 4,398 lbs) while the Bugatti Chiron weighs 1,995 kg (about 4,398 lbs) (about 4,045 lbs).
The automobile has a multitude of air ducts with a delicate front, similar to Formula 1 cars’ aerodynamics. The automobile also features an air inlet on the roof and sits extremely low to the ground, allowing it to travel even faster. The rear of the automobile has a rear diffuser and a rear wing to help with downforce and traction.
“Last year, the Bolide sparked a lot of interest and excitement. Following its debut, a large number of enthusiasts and collectors requested that we turn the experimental Bolide into a production vehicle. The comments and opinions from clients from all over the world astounded me,” says Stephan Winkelmann, President of Bugatti. “As a result, we decided to manufacture the Bolide a limited-edition vehicle to allow 40 customers to experience this extraordinary vehicle. Our team is now working on a manufacturing model – the ultimate track driving machine.”The car will be delivered in 2024 and will cost four million euros (about $4.7 million USD).