Bugatti Divo Races Chiron And Veyron SS In Forza Horizon 5
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?
Veyron vs Chiron; the ultimate Bugatti showdown
We all know that the Bugatti Chiron is fast when compared to its predecessor, the Veyron. But by how much? Well, to find out, James who runs TheStardman Youtube Channel pits his Veyron against Bugatti’s latest hypercar, in a one-mile, multi-million dollar showdown.
The Bugatti Bolide Made Its First Public Appearance in Milan And Sounds Epic
The Milano Monza Motor Show (MIMO) was held as an open-air event between June 10th to June 13th, 2021. It was organized in conjunction with the cities of Milan, Monza, and the region of Lombardy in Italy. The motor show played host to 50 new models from several exotic automakers.
Bugatti was amongst the automakers to make an appearance at MIMO with its latest selection of hypercars. The French Automaker showcased the whole Chiron family, including the Chiron Pur Sport, Chiron Super Sport, and the Bolide.
Bugatti Chiron Sport "Les Légendes du Ciel" Meets Dassault Rafale Marine
There aren’t many things that are faster than a jet fighter aircraft, but that doesn’t stop hypercar manufacturers to occasionally pit their creations against one. In this case, we are talking about the Bugatti Chiron "Les Légendes du Ciel", of which only 20 have been made. The car was officially introduced in November 2020 and features many Aviation-inspired design cues. It’s also one of the fastest road-going production cars ever made. However, the question remains: will the Chiron’s sheer power be enough to withstand a Dassault Rafale jet fighter and its 7,227 horsepower and 7.5 tons of thrust?
Why the Pur Sport Is the Ultimate Bugatti Chiron
Bugatti has created many iterations of the Chiron since the launch of the original one. But, if we had to pick the best one from the lot, it would be the Chiron Pur Sport. The company will produce just 60 examples of this beast. But hey, it’s not just us who think it’s the best version of the Chiron; a lot of people concur with the same thought, including Doug DeMuro..
The Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport Is Better On The Road Than You’d Expect
Hypercars are one of the most fascinating categories of cars ever to exist. Over the past two decades, Bugatti has been consistently breaking speed records as well as price tag records in its class, with very few manufacturers being able to compete with the old French brand. Just like its predecessor, the Chiron has had more than a few versions made, some of which are highly-exclusive. With that being said, only one of those versions can be the ultimate.
This Time Lapse of a Homemade Bugatti Is Mind Boggling
The Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo is as much a car as it is a mirage. Born to be raced by gamers in the smash Playstation title Gran Turismo 6, joining many other ’Vision Gran Turismo’ creations from the likes of Mercedes-Benz, Mitsubishi, BMW, Nissan, or Citroen, the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo somehow transcended the world of gaming when Bugatti actually decided to build a running and driving example of it.
With there only being one of these ludicrous-looking,
inspired hypercars out there, crafty mechanic Jack Lee and his team had to make one from scratch and, amazingly, that’s exactly what went down.
Bugatti and the Bolide - Stepping Outside the Box
With the Bolide, Bugatti virtually took the W-16, 8-liter engine and developed an ultra-light body around it. And while modern Bugattis and the term ‘ultra-light’ do not go hand in hand, the Bolide fits the description, as it tips the scales at just 1,240 kilos (2,734 pounds).
Sure, it is so easy to take things for granted these days, and simply expect such contraptions to simply happen from a brand like Bugatti. However, the truth is that, in developing the Bolide, Bugatti had to give its absolute best.
Watch The Man Behind the McLaren P1 Pay Respect To the Bugatti Bolide
When Frank Stephenson talks about car design, the prudent thing to do is to stop whatever you’re doing and listen to the man. After all, he is regarded as one of the best car designers of all time whose design portfolio includes the Ferrari F430, Maserati MC12, and just about every McLaren model that hit the market in the last decade.
Recently, Stephenson has taken on a new job as a YouTube personality, and, to everyone’s delight, his new gig involves critiquing vehicle designs from different manufacturers. Stephenson has already compiled an impressive library of videos, but his latest one just might be the most interesting of them all. In the latest episode of Supercar Designer, Frank Stephenson gives us his thoughts on the Bugatti Bolide.
Bugatti Just Put The La Voiture Noire On Christmas Display In Molsheim
Christmas is just one week away and every city is already decorated with Christmas trees, fairy lights, and illuminated stars. However, due the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic festivities aren’t as spectacular as they used to be, with most Christmas markets cancelled to limit the spread of the virus.
The city of Molsheim, home to Bugatti’s headquarters, had to do the same, so the French automaker stepped in to spread holiday cheer with the unique La Voiture Noire. The one-off supercar is now on exhibit in a glass container in the city center of Molsheim, right next to the decorated Christmas tree.
Bugatti Just Revealed the Real Bolide Concept Car in Video, But We’re Not Convinced
A modern Bugatti that’s lightweight? As weird as it might sound, it exists and it’s called the Bolide. However, you can’t drive it on the road and apparently, Bugatti can’t drive it either- or at least they won’t show that to us, although the French hypercar company insists the prototype is drivable.
This In-Depth Analysis of the Bugatti Bolide’s Aerodynamics Will Enlighten You
The recently unveiled Bugatti Bolide is arguably the coolest and most radical creation from the French brand. But it’s also controversial. On top of being just an experimental prototype that won’t make it into production, it also comes with a few extreme performance figures based on Bugatti’s very own simulations. Since the Bolide won’t be tested in the real world, these figures will never be more than speculative. And many people, including the YouTuber Kile.Engineers, are questioning Bugatti’s claims.
The Bugatti Divo Is As Easy to Drive as a Volkswagen Golf
Bugatti was pretty blunt in describing the Divo, claiming the Chiron-based derivative was, in fact, tailored specifically for the corners. And while we might know everything Bugatti wanted us to know about the Divo, nothing compares to the good ol’ driving impressions.
TopGear drove the $5.8-million Bugatti Divo and found some interesting stuff, including the way the Divo handles at low speeds, around the city.
Accelerating in the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport Will Make You Giggle Like a Little Girl
With the Bugatti Chiron being the replacement of the Veyron, everyone thought its purpose would be to become the world’s fastest road car. Bugatti initially refused to put the Chiron through its paces but then it did and we all witnessed the first +300 mph run from a road car. Now, you too can own a Chiron capable of reaching close to ludicrous speed, as shown by Carwow’s Mat Watson.
Take A Fun Walk Around the Very First Bugatti Divo Produced with Shmee
YouTube’s Shmee150 needs no introduction. He started out as a supercar vlogger in 2010 and it just a few years he gained a massive following and became a supercar collector, now owning desirable cars like the Ford GT, McLaren Senna, Mercedes-AMG GT R Pro, and a McLaren 675LT Spider. On top of having a cool garage filled with rare cars, he also gets to get up close and personal with exclusive cars most of us may never see in the metal. In his latest YouTube video, he’s getting a close look at the Bugatti Divo. And not just any Divo, but the very first, chassis no. 1 customer car.
Behold the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport Giving the Bilster Berg The Business
Bugatti, the maker of the fastest road-legal car, has just about had it with people yammering on about how its multi-million-dollar products are merely trailer queens good only for the occasional highway blast that otherwise only sit pretty in front of a Michelin-starred restaurant or high-end hotel. To prove the Chiron is also at home on a track, Bugatti rented the entire 2.6-mile-long Bilster Berg track and this is what went down.