Simply put, if you are ready to spend $4.7 million for the Bolide, you'll receive almost exactly the car that won the design award. Bugatti promises that even after the optimizations required for production, the car will retain its weight low for an unrivaled performance.
The Bugatti Bolide is a track-day-focused sportscar developed and manufactured in Wolfsburg, by French automobile manufacturer Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S., and by Bugatti Engineering GmbH, revealed online on October 28, 2020.
Only 500 Chirons will be built in total, and as of last fall 300 units had already been produced. Bugatti says that of the 150 customers who ordered a Bugatti in 2021, 60 percent were new to the brand. With the Chiron and Bolide now sold out, Bugatti will turn its attention to an electrified future.
Following rumors that the Volkswagen Group will sell the Bugatti brand to Croatian electric carmaker Rimac, it has now surfaced that the French brand will unveil a Rimac-powered hypercar in October 2020. Bugatti's first electric vehicle will be heavily inspired by the Vision Le Mans concept.
he experimental study of the original Bugatti Bolide was created "as a racetrack-oriented hyper sports car" with minimal bodywork and maximum downforce. Price: $4,713,600 Transmission: 7-Speed DSG Engine: 8.0L Quad-Turbo W16 Ga