Ultra sleek roadster by Bugatti :
The W16 Mistral revealed.
The French company Bugatti has launched what it hopes will be the fastest convertible ever produced.
Priced at 5 million euros, The roadster comes with a 7-speed dual clutch automatic transmission.
The headlights on the front of the Mistral have a distinctive look that is made up of four light bars each.
Although with significant cosmetic modifications, W16 Mistral is an open-topped version of the Bugatti Chiron supercar.
W16 Mistral's engine has a max output of 1,577 horsepower and a max torque of about 1600 Nm.
The iconic 1934 Bugatti Type 57 Roadster Grand Raid served as design inspiration for the Mistral.
To safeguard occupants in the case of a roll-over collision, the carbon fiber air scoops are made to hold the entire weight of the vehicle.
The classic W16 16-cylinder engine from Bugatti will also be found on the Mistral for the last time.
Future Bugatti cars, according to Mate Rimac, CEO of Bugatti-Rimac, will be hybrids. Although the type of gas that will be used in future models is unknown, it won't be the same W16.
All the 99 units of Mistral that will be produced are already sold out, deliveries can be expected in 2024.
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