Bugatti W16 Mistral 2023.. Bugatti W16 Mistral 2023. When will the Bugatti W16 Mistral be released?
The release date for the Bugatti W16 Mistral has been set for 2024 when deliveries begin. A total of 99 copies will be produced, and all of them have already been taken into account.
2023 Bugatti W16 Mistral Price and competition?
The 2023 Bugatti W16 Mistral is priced at €5 million nett, which is almost $5 million at the time of writing.
Discussing rivals for a car that is already sold out and which is essentially a collector’s item seems a bit pointless, but Bugatti’s desire to make this the fastest roadster in the world brings to mind another drop-top that is after the same goal: the Hennessey Venom F5 Roadster. At an MSRP of $3 million in the USA, the F5 is a lot cheaper but even more powerful. Other parallels can be drawn to the Koenigsegg Jesko, which has a removable hardtop roof, is incredibly powerful, and also has top speed aspirations of its own.
New Bugatti W16 Mistral Exterior And Colors.
The Bugatti W16 Mistral has the same engine and other parts as the Chiron, but the Bugatti W16 Mistral looks much larger than the Chiron with the top cut off. In typical Bugatti fashion, the car has a huge presence and smells of wealth.
Drawing inspiration from many of the pioneering Bugattis that have come before, including the 1934 Bugatti Type 57 Roadster Grand Raid and the much more recent Divo. The 2023 Mistral W16 features a curved windshield that seamlessly connects to the side windows and twin roof-mounted engine intakes. The front horseshoe grille is complemented by four rows of LED daytime running lights on each side, giving the car an attractive appearance. A four-light signature with each row specific is a link to four turbochargers and four wheel drive.
It appears as though the removable roof panel will need to be stored somewhere other than in the car when you decide to go topless. It’s best to check the weather forecast before venturing too far from home, then. A bit further back are the new ram induction air scoops behind the headrests that provide protection in the event of a rollover.
The lighting signature at the back is equally dazzling, and the Bugatti lettering itself is also lit up in red. This design was inspired by the Bolide’s X-theme taillight motif, and it also serves to help improve the engine’s cooling circuit.
The new Bugatti W16 Mistral convertible debuted in warm black with truffle brown and yellow accents. This is a tribute to Ettore Bugatti, who often opted for a black and yellow combination for his personal vehicles, including his Type 41 Royale. However, the body color will be left to the discretion of each buyer, but the brake calipers will be available in several contrasting colors.
Dimensions Bugatti W16 Mistral.
Dimensions for the Bugatti W16 Mistral were not mentioned by the automaker when the car was unveiled, but its length, width and height are likely to be the same as the Chiron. This car is 80.2 inches wide, 178.9 inches long and just 47.7 inches high.
Bugatti W16 Mistral engine and performance.
The Bugatti W16 Mistral engine and its performance needs no introduction, but we’ll give it anyway. Dating back to the record-breaking Veyron, the Mistral’s 8.0-liter four-turbo W16 engine comes from the Chiron Super Sport 300+. In this incarnation, it produces 1578 hp. Bugatti has yet to release any acceleration or top speed claims, but given that its latest roadster — the Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse — hit 254.04 mph and put out “only” 1,183 hp, the Mistral should easily get close to 300 miles per hour. We estimate 0-60 mph time around 2.4 seconds.
Hennessey claims a top speed of over 300 mph for its new Venom F5 roadster and currently claims it holds the convertible top speed record of 265.6 mph for the Venom GT Spyder. It will be interesting to see what the new record will be when the efforts of the W16 Mistral and Venom F5 Roadster can be tested.
Every minute, 70,000 liters of air (at full power) passes through the engine through the air intakes behind the headrests, Bugatti says, and the W16 Mistral provides an even closer connection between the driver and this engine.
This legendary W16 is mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, sending power to all four wheels.
No EPA-verified data has been released for the W16 Mistral, but in terms of range and gas mileage, the Chiron would be one of the most power-hungry cars on the market.
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