2024 Bugatti Bolide - The Track-only Hypercar Will Enter Production And Arrive In 2024

The production-spec Bolide will make 1,578 horses, a lot less than the concept, and is limited to just 40 examples

Bugatti has confirmed production of the track-only Bolide at the Quail event in Monterey, California.

The hypercar was showcased as a concept by Bugatti in October last year.

The concept car, based on the Chiron, made upwards of 1850 hp and ran on 110 Octane fuel.

For the production version, though, Bugatti chose to run the car on 98 Octane fuel and it now produces 1578 hp.

The Bolide sits lower to the ground when compared to a Chiron and has a very aggressive stance.

The bespoke bodywork, designed to aid aerodynamics, features a front splitter, a tail fin, and a massive wing. A roof scoop helps the 8.0 L W-16 engine breathe better.

The massive wing and diffuser help in putting all that power down. Changes made under the skin of the Bolide have resulted in significant weight savings.

At 3,196 lbs, the FIA compliant Bolide is significantly lighter than the Chiron and it can hit speeds in excess of 310 mph.

Set to hit the track by 2024, only 40 examples of the Bolide will be produced and will cost $4.72 million.