As per Bugatti, their vintage Type 57 SC Atlantic mirrors the marque's "spearheading soul, energy for flawlessness and the craving to consistently rethink its cutoff points". In that capacity, Bugatti drew motivation from the old Type 57 while making La Voiture Noire - or "the Black Car" (we figure it sounds better in French). One of the four Atlantics at any point fabricated has been absent since World War Two - and La Voiture Noire is a praise to that vehicle.
At $18.68 million (£15m), La Voiture Noire has the greatest sticker price of any vehicle, ever. Just one will at any point exist, and over two years after it was sold, it actually hasn't left the creation line!
La Voiture Noire packs a 1,500 strength motor that pushes it to rates of up to 261mph.
"We delivered a genuine oddball, a solitary unit vehicle that we call car high fashion," said Achim Anscheidt, Bugatti's plan chief. "It's not simply a vehicle any longer, it's truly more like a piece of workmanship in accordance with the profoundly elite design and extravagance brands in France."
The vehicle, which is being worked at Bugatti's tribal home in Molsheim, France, includes a 8-liter, 16-chamber motor creates 1,103 kW/1,500 PS and 1,600 Newton-meters of force. It likewise brags no less than six tailpipes, adding to the charming over-the-top idea of this generally special of vehicles.
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