Although the Bugatti Bolide hypercar is powered exclusively by an internal combustion engine, this does not prevent us on this website from showing off cars with state of the art technology.
So, some reports want the legendary company to pass it on to a limited production of this particular “beast”. The hypercar will be able to move exclusively on the track and thus will be no different from the original.
Its production will be limited to just 40 units, with the cost of each amounting to EUR 5 million. The car weighs just 1,240 kg, with its 8.0-litre quad-turbo W16 engine delivering 1,850 horsepower and 1,850 Nm of torque using 110-octane racing petrol, which means the ratio of kilos per horsepower is just 0.67! Using normal 98-octane gasoline, its performance amounts to 1,600 horses.
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According to Bugatti’s calculations, Bolide needs 2.17 sec. for 0-100 km/h, 4.36 sec. for 0-200 km/h, 7.37 sec. for 0-300 km/h, 12.08 sec. for 0-400 km/h, and 20.16 sec. for 0-500 km/h, with its final speed exceeding 500 km/h.
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