The Bugatti Mistral, the latest and final variant of the Bugatti Chiron, was recently unveiled in Saudi Arabia by the Bugatti Riyadh dealer. As a convertible version of the famous French supercar, it is the last configuration in the Chiron family and is set to be delivered in 2024.

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The Mistral is set to start deliveries in 2024, giving Bugatti plenty of time to fine-tune this masterpiece. Although this week’s Middle East appearance is the first public sighting of the Mistral, it was already announced in Pebble Beach, California, where it was revealed that the production run was already sold out.

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The Bugatti Mistral is powered by a W16 engine borrowed from the most powerful version of the Chiron lineup, the Super Sport/Super Sport 300+. This beast generates an incredible 1,578 horsepower and 1,600 Nm of torque, making the Mistral the fastest convertible model in the world. While the exact top speed has not yet been announced, it’s expected to exceed the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse’s record of 409 km/h, which was set between 2013 and 2015.

Although the Mistral shares the same chassis as the Chiron, its exterior design is inspired by a classic car, the Type 57 Roadster Grand Raid of 1934. The result is a unique and stunning design that sets it apart from the other Chiron variants. However, the cockpit area is clearly borrowed from the Chiron, providing a familiar yet luxurious feel to the driver and passenger.

After the Mistral, Bugatti will shift its focus to an electrified supercar set to launch in 2024. This move is a reflection of Bugatti’s commitment to being at the forefront of automotive technology while still maintaining its reputation as a maker of the world’s most exclusive and desirable supercars.

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In conclusion, the Bugatti Mistral is an incredible achievement that showcases the best of what the Chiron family has to offer. With its record-breaking performance, stunning design, and luxurious interior, it’s a fitting finale for one of the most legendary supercar lineups in history.


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