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Here is the French car with the most spectacular interior

After revealing the exterior design and some specifics concerning its monocoque chassis, Bugatti today lifts the veil on the Bolide’s cabin.

After having sparked the interest of sports car enthusiasts by unveiling the exterior design and the monocoque structure of the Racing car, Bugatti now unveils the interior of its latest creation. And it’s quite spectacular, like everything else on the car.

Before delving into the details of the interior, let’s recap what the Bolide is. The car boasts 1,600 horsepower and 1,600 Nm of torque all while being 1,240 kg empty, and creating a downforce of almost 3,000 kg at its maximum speed. That’s quite impressive, isn’t it?

The Bugatti Bolide can go from 0 to 100 km/h in just 2.17 seconds, and the 0-400-0 km/h is completed in 24.64 seconds, putting it in the same league as recent models like the Koenigsegg Jesko and the Rimac Nevera.

Designed for the track, inside and out

The interior has been meticulously designed to complement this new structure. The driver’s position, tilted slightly backwards, enhances the “connection between man and machine” as per Bugatti.

The cockpit design is inspired by the “X” theme of the exterior bodywork, including the steering wheel. It was created using polygonal 3D modeling and is detachable. It meets the requirements of test pilots who emphasized the need for a compact, ergonomic package with eight key controls.

The seats, directly installed on the monocoque, are fixed, but the pedals and steering wheel are adjustable to suit the pilot’s preferences. Made from high-quality materials such as smooth leather, suede, Nappa leather, or Alcantara, the seats can be personalized with specific details. Entry into the vehicle is made easier by detaching certain parts of the backrest and headrest.

And what about comfort?

In terms of comfort, the driver benefits from an air conditioning system, while two display interfaces offer distinct options. The first mode provides precise data for the driver, while the second mode provides an overview of essential information.

It will be equipped with a six-point harness and compatibility with the HANS system, an automatic fire extinguishing system, and a set of rims with central nut fixing. Production will be limited to only 40 copies, priced at four million euros each. All copies are already sold.

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