Buggati's Bolide Enters New Testing Phase, Limited to 40 Units, Delivery Starts 2024

Recently, Bugatti updated its progress on Bolide and released two official pictures of the car. According to reports, the new car has officially entered a new testing stage and is expected to begin delivery in early 2024. The new car will only be produced in limited quantities of 40 units, with a starting price of 4 million euros.

The new car is equipped with mass-production styled wheels, and the aerodynamic design around the wheel arches has been updated. Additionally, the size of the air intake at the top of the car has been increased. The side of the car can be seen with bright silver brake calipers, and it is expected that the large-size rear spoiler, diffuser, and the mid-mounted four-outlet exhaust design will still be retained.

In terms of power, the car is equipped with an 8.0-liter four-turbocharged W16 engine, with a maximum power of up to 1,600 horsepower (using racing fuel with an octane number of 110, the maximum power can be increased to 1,850 horsepower), and a maximum torque of 1,600 Nm. The new car has also undergone weight reduction, with a total body weight of 1,451 kg, giving the new car a weight-to-power ratio of 0.9 kg/horsepower. In addition, Bugatti has specially adapted the powertrain components such as the engine and gearbox for racing use, particularly increasing the maximum engine speed, in order to make the new car perform even better on the track.

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