Supercar Blondie Checks Out $5 Million Bugatti W16 Mistra !

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This is Bugatti’s new $5 million roadster, the Bugatti Mistral. The Mistral will feature Bugatti’s last W16 engine ever, before moving towards an electric future. Alex takes a look around all of the coolest features and talks to Bugatti’s Deputy Design Director Frank Heyl about the car’s beautiful design along with plans for Bugatti in the future. This car is a thing of beauty and we absolutely love it, let us know what you think in the comments!

This guy produces 1,578 horsepower and is essentially a Chiron Super Sport with the roof removed. Alex claims 1,600 horsepower, but those are metric horsepower. Peak torque is officially rated at 1,180 pound-foot (1,600 Nm), which puts heavy-duty diesel workhorses to shame.

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In that regard, the Ram HD with the High-Output Cummins engine is the most powerful heavy-duty diesel workhorse on the market today. The Indiana-based company squeezed 1,075 pound-foot of torque from a displacement of 6.7 litres and no fewer than six cylinders arranged in a line (1,458 Nm).

Returning our attention to the multi-million-dollar W16 Mistral, opening the driver’s door isn’t exactly standard procedure. To open the driver’s door, instead of using an exterior handle, simply press the lower part of the B right behind the B pillar. Heyl then enters the scene, explaining that when the first example of the breed is delivered in 2024, the driver-side B will transform into a fuel door. Both doors will be outfitted with traditional exterior handles.

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In total, 99 units will be built, each costing €5 million before options and taxes. When the Molsheim-based automaker unveiled this incredible machine on August 19th, €5 million used to equal $5,020,675.

Heyl tells Alex that Ettore Bugatti’s favourite colours were black and yellow, which explains why the car has black paintwork and yellow brake callipers. The interior is more yellow, with a gear shifter that incorporates a touch of wood and an amber insert with Rembrandt Bugatti’s dancing elephant.

The Mistral, named after a strong wind, is a true roadster. It doesn’t have a roof, but it does have an emergency soft top that should come in handy if it rains.

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