The Bugatti Bolide was first showcased as a concept in 2020. Eventually, the carmaker announced that it would build 40 units of what could only be described as the most hardcore, track-focused Bugatti ever envisioned.
Now, for the first time, Bugatti has revealed the production-spec Bolide as it enters the next phase of development testing.
If you look at the numbers, you will realize that the Bolide is actually in a league of its own. It is based on an all-carbon monocoque with a dry weight of 1450 kg. At its heart is Bugatti’s legendary quad-turbo W16 motor. It has been tuned further, so it revs higher and delivers 1600 hp.
That being said, it’s a shame that Bugatti didn’t go with the same monster engine that put in the concept. That motor was estimated to produce 1850 hp and 1364 lb-ft of torque. Still, it has an insane power-to-weight ratio.
The first deliveries of the Bolide are scheduled for 2024. Each one of these extreme track hypercars has a price tag of $4 million.