First pre-production Bugatti Mistral has been spotted and it looks amazing

Cruising in style
  • The open-top supercar featured a two-tone color scheme
  • It had a ‘Brise’ finish and a blue carbon color on the lower parts
  • It is the last Bugatti to come with the iconic W16 engine

Published on Apr 8, 2024 at 6:30PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on May 3, 2024 at 4:32PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Tom Wood

A pre-production model of the Bugatti Mistral has been spotted on the road in Molsheim, France.

The open-top supercar was seen driving down a road in the northeastern region of France.

Bugatti headquarters is also located in Molsheim commune of France, so it wasn’t exactly a coincidence.

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Last year, the supercar maker unveiled their only open-top model based on the current generation, the Bugatti Mistral.

The supercar should come with many color variants that you can check out right here.

The ‘Thor’ spec of the supercar produces 1600 hp via an all-wheel drive system.

However, the car manufacturer is only making 99 examples of the Bugatti Mistral.

So, you can expect it to be quite a collection car in just a few years.

The Bugatti Mistral that was recently seen sported a two-tone color scheme with a ‘Brise’ finish and a blue carbon color on the lower parts.

The automaker had previously shared images of a 1-of-1 Bugatti Mistral in golden accents, similar to the Chiron Golden Era.

However, this is the first time we have seen the light blue ‘Brise’ finish in person.

You have to admit, it looks amazing!

Each version of the Bugatti Mistral will be pretty expensive – it’s a Bugatti after all – and only those with seriously healthy bank accounts will be able to afford one.

There are a few changes, too.

Ever since the Veyron was introduced in 2005, the W16 engine has been the beating heart of every Bugatti. 

Although it eats a lot of fuel, it is one of the most iconic engines in any car, beloved by supercar fans.

However, the Bugatti Mistral will be the last car by the automaker to use the legendary 8.0-liter W16 engine.

The company is currently focusing on the Bugatti Chiron successor, which has a V16 hybrid engine.

So, this might be the last chance you have of getting your hands on this amazing supercar.

What are you waiting for, other than a lottery win?

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