The name Bugatti has long been associated with crazy fast cars. The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300 may not be fastest car in the world anymore, but that does not matter because, the French supercar maker has recently revealed a hyper quick hypercar, called Bugatti Bolide.

Bugatti Bolide Track-orientated Hypercar

Bugatti Bolide is track-orientated car with ridiculous numbers. Powered by a 8L W16 engine engineered to feed on 110-octane racing fuel and bolstered by newly developed quad turbochargers, the Bolide develops a mind-boggling 1,825 horsepower at 7,000 RPM and a metal-twisting 1,850 Nm (1,365 lb-ft) of torque from a low 2,000 RPM.

What’s even more mind-bending is, it has just 1,250 kilograms (2,734 lbs) dry weight to pull. This result in an unprecedented weight-to-power ratio of mere 0.67 kg per PS. Bonkers.

Bugatti Bolide Track-orientated Hypercar

There are no actual performance numbers. However, on paper, Bugatti anticipates the Bugatti Bolide to wipe the century sprint (0-100 kph/62 mph) in a neck-breaking 2.17 seconds and it will make 0-200 kph (200 mph) in just 4.36 seconds.

It will be so fast that by the time it gets to 300 kph (186 mph), it will be the 0-100 of most performance cars, at 7.37 seconds.

The French automaker projected that the Bolide will make “well above 500 km/h” (311 mph), but it is unclear if it will challenge the 2020 SSC Tuatara which set the record of 316.11 mph.

As for the aesthetic, it is, well, as one would have expected, sleek. Of course, it takes more than just “sleek” to describe this exotic hypercar. You can dive into the designs and the technicalities of the Bugatti Bolide HERE.

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Images: Bugatti.

Published by Mike

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