Bugatti La Voiture Noire for € 16.5 million received a roadster versionMarch 11, 2019
I do not think that this incredibly beautiful car will ever get into mass production.
Just a week ago, Bugatti surprised the automotive world with its unique supercar La Voiture Noire, presented in Geneva as the ideological successor to the lost Atlantic – the Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic model, produced in 1934-1940. With a price of 16,500,000 million euros, this is actually the most expensive new car ever sold – and someone has already paid such a huge amount to get it.
Given the exoticism and rarity of the car, we doubt that there is a way to make it even more exclusive, but automotive designer Nikita Aksenov disagrees.
In his latest rendering, he presents a French roofless supercar, and, frankly, the car looks very cool.
This may seem like an easy task – just “chopping off” the roof, but in reality (or, let’s say, in virtual reality), a bit more modifications are required. Take, for example, the shape of the panel, which is located directly behind the seats – now it is shorter, but retains its basic shape, despite the transformation. The open top also illuminates the position of the seat belts for the driver and passenger inside the cabin.
Most likely, such a machine will not get any chance of life. The Bugatti guys have already said that La Voiture Noire will remain in a single copy, and this largely speaks for itself. However, if we imagine that it will still be put into production, it will obviously be based on Chiron and will be equipped with an 8.0-liter W16 engine with a power of 1,500 hp. (1600 Nm).
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