Photo credit: The Stradman
Limited to 40-units worldwide, the Bugatti Divo is one of the rarest and priciest hypercars in the world. James Neese, better known as The Stradman online, recently witnessed an unboxing, courtesy of a close friend who was fortunate enough to acquire one. This particular example has a custom black and red paint job, making the “Ladybug” nickname a perfect fit. Power still comes from the ultra impressive quad-turbocharged 8.0L W16 engine making 1,479 hp and 1,180 lb-ft of torque, enabling it to hit 60 mph in a mere 2.4 seconds, while topping out at 236 mph.
Bugatti has partnered with Tidal Audio to produce a “Royale” range of speakers that combine luxury with high-end home audio. Available in two themes, Monocoque and Duotone, you can select from piano finishes or avant-garde color / material combinations. Each loudspeaker pair can be fully customized with carbon fiber, fabrics, leather, polished stainless steel, dark aluminum or precious metal surfaces.
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The Bugatti Veyron, a mid-engine hypercar, may not be the latest model, but it’s definitely no slouch, especially with its 253 mph top speed. If you have $1.64-million to spare and have always wanted one, a 2007 model year vehicle has surfaced in pristine condition. Romans International states that vehicle has Black Metallic exterior paint and has just 828 miles on the odometer.
Jacob & Co. wants to put a miniature W16 engine from the Bugatti Chiron on your wrist, complete with moving pistons and a working crankshaft. It’s called the Bugatti Chiron Tourbillon, and at the press of a button, sixteen tiny pistons come to life inside the cylinders of a complex crankshaft milled from a single piece of steel so precise that it took three days alone to program the CNC machines to make it.
Photo credit: Max Lask
The 2020-21 FIA World Endurance Championship will phase out the LMP1 Prototypes used in the top class for the first eight years of the championship and replaced by a new class known as Le Mans Hypercars. Designer Max Lask, a graduate of the Braunschweig University of Arts in Germany, unveils the Bugatti Vision Le Mans, a vehicle that would be a perfect fit for this new class, so much so that the automaker hired him shortly after seeing it.