The New Car of the Track-Oriented Racing World: Bugatti Exhibited in Bolide

The New Car of the Track-Oriented Racing World: Bugatti Exhibited in Bolide

The track-focused Bugatti Bolide, launched online in 2020 and banned for use in traffic, was on display. Here are all the details about the Bolide!

The Bugatti Bolide, which was first introduced as a digital-only project, is here again. The Bugatti Bolide is a car model that has been under development for track-oriented use only.

The model, which was only shown in the computer environment in the first phase, draws attention with its special production carbon fiber monocoque body and new details, which are exhibited “naked” this time.

High Level Performance

According to an official statement, the track-specific hypercar meets FIA standards for the LMH and LMDh Le Mans races and features a military-grade fire extinguisher. The car, whose carbon fiber monocoque body uses carbon fiber materials normally only used in Formula 1 and Le Mans race cars, has been subjected to several crash tests.

In the first test, the A-pillar withstood a load of 7.5 tons before cracking. In the second test, the B-pillar withstood 12 tons, and in the third, the monocoque body withstood a 6-ton longitudinal load without any problems.

Bugatti Exhibited in Bolide

Technically, the model has a power ratio of 0.67 kilograms to 1 PS. With its 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged W16 engine producing 1,578 horsepower, the vehicle’s dry weight is calculated at 1,240 kilograms. It is said that this vehicle can theoretically accelerate to 500 km/h, but the company does not need such a high speed in such a vehicle.

The Bolide model, which is said to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.17 seconds and from 0 to 200 km/h in just 4.36 seconds, will take about 20 seconds to complete the 0-500 km/h range on paper.

What do you think about the technical specifications of this model? You can share your thoughts in the comments section.

The New Car of the Track-Oriented Racing World: Bugatti Exhibited in Bolide

Gül Demirci

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