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Friday, November 6, 2020

The weirdest and most powerful Buggati ever

There's some good news from the French supercar manufacturer, Bugatti. It turned out that recently this manufacturer had completed the development of a special hypercar for use on the racing tracks based on the Bugatti Chiron, later called the Bugatti Bolide Concept. This hypercar was developed by those French companies in about eight months and is claimed to have a power-to-weight ratio of 0.67 kg / HP and is said able to be lauched to a top speed of over 500 kph.
2020 Bugatti Bolide Concept is said to have very aggressive specs and designs. (Picture from: https://cnet.co/3mHTa0J)
As we all know that, since this variant was first introduced in 2016, it turns out that the Molsheim-based premium car manufacturer has managed to be made a number of special line-ups that are based on the Bugatti Chiron, such Sport 110 Ans, Pur Sport, Vision Gran Turismo, Centodieci, Divo, SuperSport 300+, to La Voiture Noire.
2020 Bugatti Bolide Concept uses an 8.0-liter W-16 quad-turbo engine that produces 1,825 horsepower and 1,364 lb-ft of torque. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2HZd7kW)
But nothing is quite as unique and extreme as the Bugatti Bolide concept which is said to have very aggressive specs and designs. The newest hypercar of the Molsheim-based premium car manufacturer has carried an 8.0-liter W-16 quad-turbo engine that produces 1,825 horsepower and 1,364 lb-ft of torque

Originally, this is the same Chiron's 1.578 HP engine unit used by the special variants of Centodieci and SuperSport 300+. But then Bugatti modified the engine for 110-octane fueled plus a new turbocharger, the result was a hypercar that had the ferocious performance mentioned above.
2020 Bugatti Bolide Concept's cabin reflects a real racing car is featured a topless steering wheel model plus a screen behind it, then there is a separator in the middle that divides the passenger and driver seats. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/2HNi4O1)
But the engine is not the only important factor in the Bugatti Bolide concept, the car chassis is made of very light carbon and titanium alloy materials for various car components ranging from the nuts, bolts, to the rear spoiler holder. As a result, the Bugatti Bolide's empty weight is at 1,240 kg, which is much lighter than the Chiron which is almost 2,000 kilos. And if calculated, the car's power-to-weight ratio is 0.67 kg / HP (or approx 1.5 HP / kg).

With these specifications, so it is not surprising that the Bugatti Bolide concept can accelerate from 0-100 kph in 2.17 seconds, 0-200 kph is complete in 4.36 seconds, 0-300 kph is done in 7.37 seconds, 0-400 kph in 12.08 seconds only. Further, if Bugatti claims the car speed is more than 500 kph, it means an acceleration of 0-500 kph can be done in 20.16 seconds.
2020 Bugatti Bolide Concept is claimed to be able to circle the Nürburgring Nordschleife in 5 minutes 23.1 seconds, and Le Mans in 3 minutes 7.1 seconds. (Picture from: https://bit.ly/34OMgkw)
In addition, the Bugatti Bolide concept is also claimed to be able to circle the Nürburgring Nordschleife in 5 minutes 23.1 seconds, and Le Mans in 3 minutes 7.1 seconds. Well, so far it is still in the form of simulation and estimation, which is of course interesting to know how the real action of this hypercar is when it is actually lauched on the racing track mentioned above.

Turning to the design, it able to be said that the car design looks like a car that came from the middle of nowhere. But this Bugatti design is not carelessly eccentric, all aspects of the car are carefully crafted and have a purpose and meaning. Start from the roof scoop model with bubbles popped out when the throttle pedal is pressed deeper, Bugatti calls it the "Morphable Outer Skin."
2020 Bugatti Bolide Concept's rear is produced remarkable downforce of 1,800 kg at a speed of 320 kph. (Picture from: https://cnet.co/3mHTa0J)
Then at the front, there is a typical Bugatti's horseshoe front grille with an adjustable front splitter on the bumper. The front design optimally directs the wind flows into the rear fender air inlets for the engine cooling system and generates a downforce of 800 kg at 320 kph. Then paired with an adjustable rear spoiler and a huge three-layer diffuser. While the downforce produced by the Bugatti Bolide's rear is remarkable, which is 1,800 kg at a speed of 320 kph.
The Bolide concept car has the appearance that roughly 40 percent of its body surface is painted with French Racing Blue, while the other 60 percent is carbon, and was also looks pretty crazy too, with openings in the hood that expose the suspension components in there.

Inside the interior, the Bugatti Bolide concept also gets extreme changes much different than other Chiron models. Both in layout and seating position, where the cabin reflects a real racing car is featured a topless steering wheel model like an F1 car plus a screen behind it, then there is a separator in the middle that divides the passenger and driver seats. 
As of this writing being made, the French manufacturer has not provided data regarding the price of the Bugatti Bolide concept, due to the Molsheim-based manufacturer hasn't yet decided whether the car concept will go into the production line or not. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | CARANDDRIVER | CNET | THE DRIVE | CARSCOOPS | HYPE GARAGE ]
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