Bugatti Mistral reveals intricate design details in walkaround video
All 99 examples of the Bugatti Mistral already have owners, but the car continues to travel the world. Before visiting southern France, the car toured Saudi Arabia's capital late last year. The Bugatti is still making the rounds, with a new walkaround video highlighting some of its intricate design features.
Bugatti built the Mistral "to become the fastest roadster in the world once more." The car can reach 261 miles per hour thanks to its brutally potent quad-turbocharged 8.0-litre W16 engine. It pumps out 1,577 bhp, aided by an aerodynamic design.
At the front, the Bugatti features a vent underneath the sleek headlights that channel air into the wheel wells. The rear's stunning X-wing taillight motif, which reminds us of the Bolide's backside, is there for more than just looks. The big intakes on the side of the Mistral that feed air to the oil coolers route through to the V-shaped taillights. The roof-mounted intakes behind the cabin supply air to the engine.