New Bugatti La Voiture Noire is the most expensive new car ever


La Voiture Noire

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If you get Rs 132 crores, you can imagine how many generations you can live comfortably. However, rich persons, who gives so much money to only one car, is on earth. In the Geneva Motor Show in 2019 Bugatti company introduced its luxury car 'La Voiture Noire'. The price of this car is approximately 16.5 million euros (about 132 crores).

Bugatti company president Stephen Winkleman said in the Geneva show that the price of this car was 11 million euros before the tax. The price was 16.5 million euros after the tax was imposed and it was sold at the same price. Bugatti designer Etienne Salomi said that every part of this car is made by hand and the car's bright black carbon fiber body is attractive. We have worked hard on this car's design. The car has an 8-liter 16 cylinder engine. This car is one of the most valuable classic cars.




Information about this car :-

The Black Car is a luxury GT supercar from the French car manufacturer Bugatti . New car among the most expensive and fast in the world, sold € 11 million without taxes, it is presented at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show , it is a unique model based on the Chiron, which pays tribute to the Bugatti Type 57 SC Atlantic produced in four copies, one of which, the black 57 Atlantic, disappeared between Molsheim and Bordeaux and has never been found.

The neo-retro-futuristic fastback bodywork in shiny carbon fiber is entirely handmade at the Bugatti factory in Molsheim in Alsace . The aluminum dorsal edge of the low roof, up to the famous horseshoe grille recalls those of the Bugatti Aérolithe and Bugatti Type SC57 Atlantic from the 1930s .
It is powered by a 16- liter 8- liter Bugatti W turbo engine , 8 liters, for 1,500 hp , Bugatti Veyron 16.4 , Bugatti Chiron , and Bugatti Divo , allowing a maximum speed of more than 420 km / h, acceleration from 0 to 100 km / h in 2.4 s , and 0 to 200 km / h in 6.1s.
This car is designed by designer Bugatti Étienne Salomé  (from the Royal College of Art in London ) . It is inspired by the Bugatti Type SC57 Atlantic, and based on the Bugatti Chiron produced since 2016.

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