Bugatti unveils stunning finalized interior of Bolide hypercar

This is a track monster.
  • The Bugatti Bolide was unveiled in 2021, but deliveries are set to commence next year
  • Only 40 units were built
  • The interior, like the rest of the car, is devoted to the track

Published on Nov 23, 2023 at 3:56PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Dec 4, 2023 at 9:30PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Amelia Jean Hershman-Jones
Bugatti Bolide interior, lead image

Bugatti has finally unveiled the interior of the Bolide hypercar.

No compromises were made because this car is designed for one thing only, and that’s speed.

Check out this wild hypercar in the video down below!

READ MORE: New footage shows the Bugatti Bolide hypercar testing ahead of deliveries next year

Some might argue that every Bugatti is designed for speed, and that’s true.

Through the years, with the Veyron and the Chiron, the French automaker that’s now part of Rimac has set several performance records.

But while most Bugatti hypercars are built to combine performance with comfort and luxury, the Bolide is a pure track monster.

The shape of the steering wheel is unambiguous.

It’s a track-friendly, Formula One-style steering wheel with nothing on it except for a few buttons, including a massive one that says ‘engine’.

Right behind the steering wheel is the instrument cluster, which relays relevant information when your main goal is to set lap times, such as tire pressure.

The dashboard is barren, apart from the aforementioned instrument display, and the center console only consists of a few buttons and dials.

There’s no infotainment screen.

Everything is made from carbon fiber and covered with thin layers of Alcantara.

This is because these are the lightest possible options to maximize performance.

It’s drastic but it works, because the Bolide weighs less than 1.5 ton which, for a supercar like this with an engine this large, is actually pretty good.

Let’s not forget that under the hood of this hypercar beats an 8.0-litre W16 that delivers 1,825 horsepower.

According to Bugatti, it’s capable of reaching a theoretical top speed of 500 km/h (310 mph).

The Bolide was unveiled in 2021 but the first deliveries are scheduled for 2024.

Only 40 units were built, with a starting price of around $4.3 million.

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