Bugatti Mistral is a mid-engine two-seater sports car manufactured in Molsheim, France by French automobile manufacturer Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. It was unveiled on August 19, 2022, and is advertised as the world's fastest roadster.
The Mistral is the most powerful open-top internal combustion engine production automobile ever created thanks to the same 1600-hp version of the W-16 that powers the record-breaking Chiron Super Sport 300+.
The 1600-hp W-16 engine that powers the record-breaking Chiron Super Sport 300+ powers the Bugatti Mistral, making it the most powerful open-top internal combustion engine production vehicle ever created.
An 8.0L Quad-Turbo W16 Gas engine with 1180 lb-ft of torque and 1578 horsepower powers the vehicle. All-wheel drive is used, and the transmission is a seven-speed DCT-style automatic (dual-clutch).
The W16 Mistral, the most extreme roadster in Bugatti history and the last vehicle powered by the legendary W16 engine, is a masterpiece that honors the synergistic peak of engineering and design. The final road-going W16 was always going to be something special: exclusive, sophisticated, and potent. It must be the top of its class.
The Bugatti Mistral's exterior styling is exclusive to the Mistral and is not based on the Chiron or the most recent Bugatti models. The W16 Mistral is a work of art that honors the symbiotic peak of engineering and design. The vehicle is intended to be luxurious, sophisticated, and potent.
Since the Bugatti Mistral cannot yet be purchased, the pricing is not yet known. The car, which will only ever be made in 99 units, is anticipated to be delivered to consumers in early 2024.