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Bugatti Unleashes the Tourbillon: A Hypercar Redefining Speed and Luxury

The successor to the Chiron has arrived and smashes the previous car’s numbers in every conceivable way. Taking inspiration from watchmaking, the Tourbillon is a ground-up, clean-sheet design, from the engine and chassis to the interior. Gone is the long-running W16. In its place is an 8.3-liter V16, developed with Cosworth. Aided by three electric motors, total output is a staggering 1,800 horsepower — enough to steam from 0-60 in two seconds and on to a top speed of 276 MPH. The bodywork is more evolutionary than revolutionary, with a longer, lower, and wider appearance marked by details like a centerline crease running the length of the car a single vertical windshield wiper. The iconic Bugatti horseshoe grille returns, along with two-tone paintwork and the unique intakes behind the doors. Underneath the carbon fiber body is where the real beauty lies, with a carbon fiber monocoque sporting intricate 3D-printed wishbones, earning the Tourbillon its name. The Tourbillon will begin production in 2026 with 250 units slated to be made.

2026 BUGATTI TOURBILLON DUB Magazine
2026 BUGATTI TOURBILLON DUB Magazine
2026 BUGATTI TOURBILLON DUB Magazine
2026 BUGATTI TOURBILLON DUB Magazine
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