Bugatti Bolide is the most beautiful hypercar in the world

The Bugatti Bolide was unveiled to the public for the first time in 2020, as the most extreme Bugatti ever created by the luxury brand, and subsequently confirmed for a limited series production at Pebble Beach 2021. An exceptional futuristic car, built with the objective of guaranteeing a reference weight-to-power ratio.

The supercar achieved incredible media success, and for this reason it could not just be a “simple” exercise in style; the company soon realized this and in fact started the production of the Bolide in a very limited series of 40 units for a lucky few, each piece costs about 4 million euros and will be distributed starting in 2024.

During the 36th Paris International Automobile Festival it was named the most beautiful hypercar in the world by a jury of professionals, with a substantial margin, out of a total of four finalists. Bugatti Bolide is the lightest, track-focused concept conceivable, featuring Bugatti’s iconic W16 quad-turbo engine. The design of the front is reminiscent of aerodynamically sophisticated Formula 1 cars, more than a hyper sport, what it really is.

The most beautiful new hypercar in the world it will go from experimental stage to production maturity over the next three years with very few modifications, technical or aesthetic, compared to this award-winning design. Optimizations in terms of design, aerodynamics, quality and safety give the production vehicle a curb weight of only 1,450 kg, and therefore an optimal power-to-weight ratio.

Bugatti Bolide the most beautiful hypercar in the world

Bugatti Bolide wins the prize as the most beautiful hypercar in the world

The Bolide is steeped in Bugatti’s distinctive personality and tradition. The interior does not take an example from the Chiron trim, but opts for a functional design that shows the needs of a racing car. Since 1985, the Automobile International Festival has celebrated the automobile in its most beautiful, creative and exciting forms. The sector itself is examined, the changes taking place within it and the trends analyzed. The Festival is committed to highlighting men and women who every day make the car what it is, who transform it and adapt it to changes in society, environmental needs, economic upheavals and geopolitical challenges.


Source: Virgilio Motori by motori.virgilio.it.

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