Mysterious but all the more exciting Bugatti “knocked down” on Paul Ricard

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There are a lot of rumors circulating around the future of the Bugatti these days, but in any case it is already certain that the Italian sports car manufacturer is preparing for something. THE Motor1.com learned that the other day a hypercar, no doubt connected to Bugatti, was rolling the laps on Circuit Paul Ricard, which also hosts the Formula 1 French Grand Prix.

The camouflaged body has a number of air intakes and vents, and beneath it is presumably a 8.0-liter, 16-cylinder four-turbocharged powerplant. The nose is long and extremely low, and although the brand’s horseshoe-shaped grille can still be discovered at the beginning, it is thinner than ever.

Not only the front but also the back takes on a pointed shape, the “shark fin” at the top attaches directly to the wing element attached to the rear fenders. Even more striking is the four-pipe exhaust at the rear, as well as the sizeable diffuser underneath.

Rumor has it that this is a one-off track car from Bugatti, but hopefully we’ll be smarter about it this month. At least that’s what we can conclude (also) from one of the brand’s latest Facebook posts, which is set to launch on October 28 – but it’s another mystery that 0,67 how to relate to it…

What if BUGATTI created …?

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Posted by: BugattiFriday, October 23, 2020

The model doesn’t even have a name, but it is known to be capable of 1578 horsepower. But contemplating the thick of mysteries, we can continue to admire this brutal sports car poem. spotted by Motor1.com thanks, in addition to the motion pictures shown above, of course.

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