Not just a static model, this replica of the $2.6 million Bugatti Chiron is made from over 1-million LEGO pieces, generates 5.3 horsepower and can hit 12 miles per hour. This 3,000 pounds creation took approximately 6-months to complete, and boasts 2,304 Power Function motors, 4,032 gear wheels, and 2,016 axles. There's even a functional LEGO speedometer, complete with a working active rear spoiler that pops up on the back. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Limited to 40-units worldwide and priced at $5.8-million, the Bugatti Divo may look slightly like the Chiron, but features an all-new front fascia with larger air intakes, revamped headlights, larger diffuser, aerodynamic sideskirts, as well as a wider front spoiler. Power comes from a quad-turbocharged 8.0-liter W16 producing 1,479 hp, which enables it to hit a blistering 236 mph. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
Just when you thought the Bugatti Chiron couldn't get any more expensive, this "Sky View" option comes along. Simply put, it adds a fixed glass panel above each seat to offer a clear view of the sky above, while also increasing the Chiron's headroom by 1.06 inches (2.7 centimeters). The glass panels measure 2 feet 1.6 inches long and 1 foot 5 inches wide, and to ensure structural integrity, the automaker created them with a laminated structure consisting of four intermediate layers. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
When Bugatti Chiron meets the futuristic Lamborghini Terzo Millennio, you get this sleek all-electric Tauro hypercar. Featuring a limitless range, thanks to multi-level lithium-ion battery recharge systems (kinetic brakes, wind gills, solar and magnetic recharge), a fully self-healing ultralight biometric titanium carbon 'shark skin' for superior strength, and magnetic propulsion rims / wheels designed for speeds of up to 350mph. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The Bugatti Type 100M breaks away from the company's supercar roots, and dives into the motorcycle world. This all-electric, four-wheeled motorbike sports the iconic dual-color paint scheme, complete with the C-shaped line, and a closed cockpit to boot, just in case you decide to go for a record-setting run at the racetrack. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Click Mechanic wanted to show auto enthusiasts what some unlikely car mashups would look like, and many of them are downright bizarre to say the least. For example, the image above shows a Bugatti Chiron combined with a Volkswagen Beetle. "When you see a Bugatti Chiron, the brand's new flagship with a 1500-horsepower quad-turbocharged engine, a classic Volkswagen Beetle is not the first car that comes to mind. But since we're thinking outside the box, of course we mashed them up! Instead of the current trend of ever-lighter cars, our car has heavy chrome bumpers and alloy wheels. It takes the fenders and the greenhouse from a classic Beetle, but the rest is Chiron: especially the ultra-modern LED-headlights, which create nice contrast," according to CM. continue reading for more.
There's no doubt Bugatti has created some interesting concepts over the years, like the Vision Gran Turismo above, but not all of them have been revealed publicly. Automotive designer Adrian Biggins would like to change that, starting with his "Bugatti Concept," which includes the iconic horseshoe grille, paired with an aggressive front splitter. The side profile sports a C-shaped line, similar to the Chiron, while a large roof scoop, aggressive side skirts and wheels designed to maximize aerodynamic efficiency, top things off. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Auto enthusiasts know that Bugatti's Type 57 Atlantic body featured flowing coupe lines with a pronounced dorsal seam running from the front to the back end of the vehicle, based on the 1935 Aerolithe concept car designed by Jean Bugatti. The final production Atlantic was originally sold to a Bugatti enthusiast from Great Britain in February, 1938, though it was completed in the fall of 1937 and used for numerous driving tests managed by the Bugatti engineers. This update, the Bugatti Atlantic J73 Concept by automotive designer Julian Swietlicki, shows us what a modern version could look like. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video about the most painful things a human can experience.
The $2.5-million Bugatti Chiron, powered by an 8L W16 quad-turbocharged engine producing 1,479-horsepower and 1,180 lb-ft of torque, is a forced to be reckoned with, but imagine a version built specifically to tackle sand dunes. Automotive designer Javier Oquendo gives us a preview of such a machine, and it's rugged to say the least. Boasting large off-road tires, a bull bar, spare wheel, and plenty of additional lights. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of someone crushing 1500-sheets of paper with an industrial hydraulic press.
The Porsche 918 Spyder is powered by a naturally aspirated 4.6-litre V8 engine, developing 608 metric horsepower (447 kW), with two electric motors delivering an additional 279 metric horsepower (205 kW) for a combined output of 887 metric horsepower (652 kW). Even though its power numbers are quite impressive to say the least, the vehicle just doesn't have enough room for long trips. Yasid Design solves that with a shooting brake (station wagon) version of the hypercar. Continue reading to see shooting brakes of the McLaren P1 GTR, Ferrari FXX K and Bugatti Chiron.