You’ve probably seen your fair share of Bugatti Veyron knockoffs over the years, but we have to say, this one, called “BuCougar”, was built by a Florida man, and it doesn’t look half bad. Based on a 2002 Mercury Cougar, this knockoff even has a wing that retracts and is still powered by the Cougar’s V6 engine generating 170 horsepower. Yes, there’s even a Bugatti-branded speedometer with a top speed of 280 mph. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Auto enthusiast Rishi Chourasia showed off his custom Bugatti Veyron knockoff in his hometown of Bhedaghat in India’s Madhya Pradesh state. The original Suzuki Zen donor car cost him just $290, and after three long months of work as well as another $100 worth of parts, this 60 horsepower vehicle was transformed into the monstrosity you see above. Read more for a video and additional information.
Photo credit: Invisive
What if you combined the designs of the Veyron, Chiron, Divo and La Voiture Noire (video above), all into one? You’d probably get a hypercar that looks similar to the Bugatti Type 103 by automotive designer Invisive. While this vehicle may draw some inspiration from the Veyron and Chiron, the bulk of its looks appears to be from the Divo, which was modeled after the Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic along with the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo concept. Read more for additional pictures and information.
Supercar and hypercar replicas have been around for quite some time, with some being worse than others, but this one may take the cake. Listed for 400,000 Indian Rupee ($5,738 USD), it’s supposedly a Bugatti Veyron convertible replica that features a two-tone paint job, the famous classic Bugatti horseshoe grille, a Bugatti badge, and a hand-pained EB logo on the trunklid. Read more for additional pictures and information.
You could either buy a new luxury car for $100,000, or these used Bugatti Veyron wheels, which are made by OZ and wrapped in factory-spec Michelin tires with 85 percent tread left. The Fort Lauderdale-based seller says this is a steal, since it would actually cost you $50,000 more to purchase these directly from Bugatti. On a side note, did you know that the Veyron includes a sound system designed and built by Burmester Audiosysteme? Read more for additional pictures, information, and a link to the eBay auction.
Photo credit: Rain Prisk Design
The Bugatti Chiron Super Sport is expected to be unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, but what if the automaker were to release an off-road edition? Well, it would probably look something like this creation by Rain Prisk Design. It would retain its current 8.0L quad-turbocharged W16 generating 1,479-hp, while adding an off-road suspension / lights, all-terrain tires, a strong skid plate, and a roof rack. Continue reading for more of Rain Prisk’s creations and additional information.
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.