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Bugatti Divo Races Chiron And Veyron SS In Forza Horizon 5

Bugatti Divo Races Chiron And Veyron SS In Forza Horizon 5

What happens when you put more than 4,000 horsepower on the same race track? Lots of fun, this is what happens!

Forza Horizon 5 launched on November 9, 2021 and, as it was to be expected, we already have a lot of gameplay video. While there are of course a lot to choose from, one of our favorites puts the new Bugatti Divo against the Chiron and the Veyron SS. A race everyone dreams about having in real life too, don’t you think?

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You Can Now Drag Race The Bugatti Bolide in CSR Racing 2

You Can Now Drag Race The Bugatti Bolide in CSR Racing 2

Drive the incredible Bugatti Bolide on your mobile device in CSR Racing 2!

Bugatti unveiled the spectacular Bolide in October 2020 as its lightest, quickest, and most powerful creation to date. But the Bolide is described as an "experimental study," which means it’s a prototype or concept car that won’t go into production. We might not even see it in the metal anytime soon, but you can now drag race it in the CSR Racing 2 mobile game.

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2016 Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo

2016 Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo

After a few cryptic teaser shots of wings, engine covers and some objects we weren’t quite sure about, Bugatti has unveiled its contribution to the Gran Turismo 6 Vision GT project. The Bugatti Vision GT is the virtual expression of how a real quasi-racing Bugatti could look. It also provides us with a preview of Bugatti’s next Veyron replacement, working-titled 2018 Bugatti Chiron.

As outrageous as it looks, the Bugatti Vision GT isn’t quite as extreme as some other cars in the Vision GT garage — the 2,590-horsepower 2015 SRT Tomahawk Vision Gran Turismo for instance — but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Bugatti designers and engineers wanted keep things in the realm of what’s possible now. That said, Bugattis by their very nature are extreme cars. “We wanted to create a project as realistic as possible for our fans and put a real Bugatti in the virtual world of the PlayStation video game franchise,” explained head Bugatti designer Frank Heyl. “Every design characteristic is defined by its function. Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo is the perfect symbiosis of engineering and aesthetics.”

If you’re not familiar with it, the Vision Gran Turismo project allows designers and engineers from real-world car companies to create cars for the virtual world without the limitations created by regulations, budgets, and in some cases, even reality. The results are then uploaded to Gran Turismo 6 on PlayStation 3, where they can be enjoyed by gamers everywhere. Several other car companies have already made contributions, and it’s always fascinating to see what they come up with. It also functions as a preview of what might be next for some of these companies.

In addition to its digital form, Bugatti will also reveal a full-size show car at the 2015 Frankfurt International Motor Show, at which point it will simultaneously be added to Gran Turismo 6. But until then, let’s take a closer look at the Bugatti Vision GT.

Updated 08/22/2016: Created exclusively for the PlayStation videogame series Gran Turismo Sport, BUgarri Vision Gran Turismo made its American debut at the 2016 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Check the picture gallery for a series of images taken during the event.

Continue reading to learn more about the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo.

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Bugatti Teases Vision Gran Turismo Car For GT6

Bugatti Teases Vision Gran Turismo Car For GT6

Gran Turismo’s Vision GT program has been a runaway success. Even since it was introduced as part of Gran Turismo in 2013, new real-world car manufacturers are still clamoring to have their outrageous creations converted to polygons and added to the game, and the latest company to do so is Bugatti, who recently confirmed its involvement with the cryptic image you see above.

After staring at the object for a while, and ruling out the possibility that it’s a snow sled from the future or a garden shovel, I think I’ve determined that we’re looking at an engine cover. The narrower area to the right extends over the roof and includes what appears to be an aerial. It’s also where the LM P1-style tailfin starts and extends out over the rear deck. Two bodywork clips can be seen just under the elevated wing element. Then there’s an open section for rearward visibility and air intakes and extractors for the engine.

The Vision GT program has turned into a virtual arms race. Dodge SRT, for instance, introduced the 2015 SRT Tomahawk X, a 2,590-horsepower supercar with a top speed of 404 mph and insane active-aero body panels. But, Bugatti plans to bring something more realistic to the table.

“With the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo, we have not developed a fantasy product of the type which is normally seen in this category of the game,” says Bugatti design boss Achim Anscheidt. “We had the clear goal of developing a vehicle which could also be driven on a real race circuit if it left the virtual world. ‘Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo’ stands for authenticity.“

Whatever it is, we should find out more when its revealed at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show next month.

Updated on 08-26-2015: Bugatti tweeted two new teaser images. Check out the gallery.

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Sony PSP GO Bugatti Veyron Edition is a must-have

Sony PSP GO Bugatti Veyron Edition is a must-have

Even if you don’t have the Benjamins to buy your very own Bugatti Veyron, what if we told you that you can actually get one for just a few hundred bucks?

Surely you think we’re kidding, right? Well, not exactly.

A real live Bugatti Veyron is out of the question, but if you’re the type who enjoys hand-held gaming units, then it’s your lucky day because a limited edition PSP GO Bugatti Veyron Edition is rumored to be in the works.

The special edition PSP GO was designed by Won Chan Lee as part of an assignment from a product design course at the Seoul National University of Technology. Similar to the traditional PSP GO, the PSP GO Bugatti Veyron Edition uses an SDHC memory card, as well as Bluetooth technology for multi-player use and a 16:9 aspect ratio screen.

We don’t know about you guys, but that PSP GO Bugatti Veyron Edition is as hot as an oven kettle and if and when the time comes that it does go on sale, you can bet your mortgage that we’ll be the first ones in line to scoop this bad boy up.

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Lamborghini and Bugatti will be available to play in Gran Turismo 5

Lamborghini and Bugatti will be available to play in Gran Turismo 5

All of the Gran Turismo fans out there are familiar with the game’s producers difficulty establishing the licensing rights to use some of the more exotic sports cars in the Real Driving Simulator. Almost every GT5 enthusiast was thrilled after finding out that the latest version of the video game would feature the Italian super car builder Ferrari for the first time.

We now have some more good news, and that is the other exotic Italian automakers Lamborghini and Bugatti will be featured in Gran Turismo PSP and, presumably in Gran Turismo 5 for the Sony PS3 gaming console as well.

The announcement was made by Sony and Polyphony Digital, the games creators, in a special preorder promotion for the hand held GT for PSP. The electronic conglomerate promised that aside from what we already know, that the portable version of the best racing game of all time will give you playable access to cars like the Bugatti Veyron, Ferrari Enzo, GTbyCitroen, Nissan GTR V-Spec and the almighty 1974Lamborghini Countach LP400.

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