A celebration of one of the most ambitious engines ever created for an automobile, the new Bugatti Mistral is a wild-looking open-top vehicle.
The quad-turbo W16 engine that has powered every Bugatti since Veyron is coming to an end.
It was a wonder when it made its debut in 2005, it is still a wonder now that it has been around for 17 years, and it will end up in one last Bugatti, the Bugatti Mistral.
Although the Bugatti Mistral is based on the Chiron, La Voiture Noire and the Divo had a significant influence on its design.
A wider front grille, headlights that are vertically stacked, and taillights that are formed like an X are the most noticeable alterations to the bodywork, which is much more extreme.
Additionally, it is the only Chiron model without a roof. Keep in mind that Bugatti produced the Veyron in Grand Sport and Grand Sport Vitesse variants.
The Mistral is the only current Bugatti that can be driven without a roof, however it only has a temporary clip-on top rather than a full roof panel.
Furthermore, it is the company’s most powerful roofless Bugatti ever built. The quad-turbo 8.0-liter W16 in the Mistral produces 1,578 horsepower. The Chiron Super Sport 300+, the first car to surpass 300 mph, has a same amount of power.
We anticipate seeing a video showing the Mistral beating the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse’s 254.04 mph at the company’s top-secret test track in Ehra-Lessien, Germany, according to Bugatti.
Apart from a few minor details and the Mistral badging, the inside of the Mistral and the Chiron are nearly similar.
The center console, doors, dashboard, instrument panel, and seats all appear to be brand-new.
Price of Bugatti Mistral
Only 99 of these topless speed machines will be built, with each costing $5 million. From Bugatti, they are all sold out, so you’re too late if you want one.