Bugatti Tourbillon is Dream Machine with Hefty Price Tag

Bugatti Tourbillon is Dream Machine with Hefty Price Tag

The Bugatti Tourbillon will launch at a starting price of €3.8 million, equivalent to over one billion Pakistani Rupees. The highly anticipated hypercar is currently in its testing phase, with prototypes already on the road.

Customer deliveries are scheduled to begin in 2026, with a limited production run of 250 units. Each car will be meticulously hand-assembled at the Bugatti Atelier in Molsheim, following the final W16-powered Bugatti models, Bolide and W16 Mistral.

Revolutionary Powertrain

The Tourbillon features an innovative hybrid V-16 powertrain, generating an astonishing 1,775 horsepower. This groundbreaking system not only promises unmatched performance but also sets a new benchmark in hypercar design.

Heritage and Inspiration

Drawing from 115 years of Bugatti history, CEO Mate Rimac emphasizes the guiding principles of Ettore Bugatti: “if comparable it is no longer Bugatti” and “nothing is too beautiful.” The Tourbillon takes inspiration from legendary models such as the Type 57SC Atlantic, Type 35, and Type 41 Royale, blending beauty, performance, and luxury into one exceptional vehicle.

A Legacy in the Making

Named after a complex watchmaking invention, the Tourbillon reflects Bugatti’s French heritage and commitment to mechanical excellence. The car’s design features an analog instrument cluster crafted by Swiss watchmakers, offering a timeless and elegant touch.

Aerodynamic Mastery

Designed to reach speeds exceeding 400 km/h, the Tourbillon’s every surface and ridge is optimized for aerodynamics and thermodynamics. Iconic design elements include the horseshoe grille, Bugatti Line, central ridge, and dual color split, all paying homage to Bugatti’s storied past.

Exquisite Interior Craftsmanship

Inside, the Tourbillon boasts a timeless, analog aesthetic inspired by horology. Highlights include a Swiss watchmaker-crafted instrument cluster, a crystal glass center console, and an advanced audio system that uses the car’s panels as speakers. The seats are fixed for weight reduction, with an adjustable pedal box for optimal comfort.

Unmatched Engineering Excellence

Powered by a next-generation 8.3-liter naturally aspirated V16 engine paired with a hybrid system developed in collaboration with Cosworth, the Tourbillon delivers 1,800 horsepower. Despite its advanced technology, the Tourbillon is lighter than its predecessor, the Chiron.

Bugatti CEO Mate Rimac states, “The Tourbillon had to be incomparable in every respect. We aimed to elevate every aspect of the Chiron, delivering a timeless masterpiece. Our new V16 engine, paired with electric motors and innovative engineering solutions, ensures the Tourbillon is a car for eternity.”