Bugatti Mistral launched, becoming the fastest convertible in the world with a selling price of 5 million dollars

With a selling price of more than 5 million USD, the Bugatti Mistral will be the last car model equipped with a W16 engine and also the fastest convertible car in the world.

The Molsheim automaker is “closing the curtain” on the nearly 20-year story of its W16 quad-turbo engine, with the Bugatti Mistral – a megacar worth 5 million USD (~ 117 billion VND) developed based on the Chiron model. Mistral is named after a wind in the South of France, once used for a Maserati model.

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Mistral is also considered Bugatti’s first convertible over the Chiron and the French car company’s first roadster since the “elder” Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse stopped production in 2015. Bugatti said there will be 99 cars were produced, but customers may have to wait until early 2024 to receive their cars.

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8.0 liter W16 engine of Mistral produces up to 1,578 horsepower and maximum torque of 1,600 Nm. This engine is “borrowed” from the Chiron Super Sport and Super Sport 300+, which each set a speed record of 490.5 km/h. However, the Mistral won’t be as fast, especially with the roof removed.

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But, Bugatti designed the Mistral to be the fastest convertible in the world. They set the production convertible record at 409 km/h with the Grand Sport Vitesse in 2013 and believe that record still stands, even though Hennessey took the Venom GT Spyder to 413 km/h in 2016. The Venom F5 Spyder continues to reach 483 km/h, but is still slower than the Mistral as Bugatti confidently asserts it is still the fastest convertible car today.

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Although the engine and platform are shared with the Chiron, the Bugatti Mistral has a design inspired by the Type 57 Roadster Grand Raid – an open-top sports car launched by the French automaker in 1934. The front of the car remains keeping the characteristic grille, on both sides are large air vents. Light cluster with four eye-catching LED strips.

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The rear of the car has an extremely aggressive design including a large diffuser and many air vents, along with a completely new style of taillights, unlike other car models in the family. Bugatti. The exhaust system is located in the middle. The two sides of the car’s body also do not have a C-shaped structure like its “elder” because the hood is removable.

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The interior of the Bugatti Mistral is still covered in high-quality leather and carbon material with a matte surface finish. The dashboard borrows the design from the Chiron and is not equipped with an entertainment screen to focus on the owner’s driving experience.

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