FP trendJune 4, 2021 19:30:04 IST
French hypercar maker Bugatti has finally announced the production La Voyeur Noir. This is a modern interpretation of Jean Bugatti’s Type 57 SC Atlantic, which is said to have undergone a mysterious disappearance shortly before World War II. At an astonishing $ 13.4 million cost, Bugatti took about 65,000 engineering hours to develop the Bugatti Chiron-based La Voiture Noire. “The La Voyeur Noir is a one-time model, but we spent two years developing a test vehicle that was tested and approved in all areas, including handling and driving safety,” he said. Pierre Rommel Henger said. Bugatti coach building project.
The name La Voiture Noire literally means “black car” in French. The all-black Bugatti Hypercar has a completely bespoke design with an extended wheelbase.
The six exhaust chips are a homage to the Atlantic Ocean. The bodywork has a unique surface finish called visible carbon fiber with a clear coat named Black Carbon Glossy.
The La Voiture Noire has more than 25 individual units of high-power LEDs on each ultra-wide light strip, along with a 3D-printed front grille.
The interior of La Voyeur Noir is upholstered in Havana Brown leather with polished aluminum inlays on the center console and door trim. Individuals entrusted with La Voiture Noire can switch drive modes by accessing the Rosewood Switch.
The quad turbo, 1,479 hp 8.0 liter W16 engine is inherited from Chiron, making the La Voiture Noire one of the fastest cars in the world.
Bugatti La Voiture Noire Announced in Production, One-time Cost Over Rs 10 Billion-Technology News, Firstpost
Source link Bugatti La Voiture Noire Announced in Production, One-time Cost Over Rs 10 Billion-Technology News, Firstpost