The original concept of the Bugatti Bolide was presented in 2020. Eventually, the manufacturer confirmed that it would produce 40 units of what can only be described as the most aggressive, track-focused Bugatti ever conceived.
Now, for the first time, Bugatti has showcased the production version of the Bolide as it progresses into the next phase of testing.
The Bugatti Bolide is one of the most extreme track machines available for purchase. It stands alongside vehicles such as the Pagani Huayra R, Aston Martin Valkyrie AMR Pro, and the McLaren Solus GT.
When examining the specifications, it becomes apparent that the Bolide is in a class of its own. It is constructed with an all-carbon monocoque and has a dry weight of 1450 kg. Powering it is Bugatti’s renowned quad-turbo W16 engine. It has been further optimized to rev higher and generate 1600 hp.
That said, it’s regrettable that Bugatti didn’t opt for the same monstrous engine as the concept. That engine was estimated to produce 1850 hp and 1364 lb-ft of torque. Nonetheless, it still boasts an exceptional power-to-weight ratio.
The initial deliveries of the Bolide are scheduled for 2024. Each of these extreme track hypercars carries a price tag of $4 million.
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