Ever since the Veyron was introduced in 2005, the W16 engine has been the beating heart of every Bugatti.
Built around the definitive 1,600 PS incarnation of the W16 engine, first used in the Chiron Super Sport 300+, the W16 Mistral offers performance unlike any open top car that has gone before.
Their muse would be the 1934 Bugatti Type 57 Roadster Grand Raid, a sporting roadster that represents the pinnacle of elegant design.
The Bugatti W16 Mistral debuts in colors inspired by the Bugatti Type 57 Roadster Grand Raid; a warm black with hints of truffle brown and subtle yellow accents throughout.
The W16 Mistral captures the essence of the Grand Raid's V-shaped windscreen and evolves it into a modern-day work of art.
The X-taillight, meanwhile, serves the function of venting the side oil coolers through ducts connecting the triangular negative space in between the X beams to the side radiators.
The Bugatti W16 Mistral's interior takes its lead from Chiron, carefully honed to deliver an experience that's both elegant and luxurious
The dedication to material quality remains a hallmark of Bugatti design; advanced, lightweight titanium, aluminum components milled from a solid block and soft, blemish-free leathers.
The W16 Mistral has 1,600 PS, making use of the same power unit that propelled the Chiron Super Sport 300+ to a world-record-breaking speed of 304.773 mph in 2019.
The windscreen itself is a marvel of engineering, curved just enough to create the rounded visor design, without distorting the driver's vision.
Only 99 examples of the Bugatti W16 Mistral will be built, priced at 5 million euros net, with deliveries due to begin in 2024.
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