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2026 Bugatti Tourbillon

The 2026 Bugatti Tourbillon Sets a New Hypercar Standard

The Tourbillon replaces the Chiron and raises the bar with a hybrid powerhouse.

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$ 4,600,000+

The 2026 Bugatti Tourbillon heralds a new era for Bugatti as it rolls out its first completely fresh design since merging with Rimac in 2021. Replacing the legendary Chiron, the Tourbillon is not just another hypercar; it’s a statement of extreme luxury and unmatched performance with a price tag to match starting at $4.6 million. This masterpiece combines a custom-made V-16 engine with three electric motors, unleashing a breathtaking 1775 horsepower, surpassing any model in Bugatti’s illustrious history.

The Tourbillon rejects the contemporary trends of autonomous technology and digital-heavy interfaces, opting instead for an analog driving experience that pays homage to the legacy of Bugatti’s early days—only much faster. It features a revolutionary design from the chassis up, with every component crafted anew. The exterior sports a more aggressive stance with wider fenders and a streamlined cockpit, promising a presence on the road as commanding as its performance.

Under the hood, the Tourbillon’s 8.3-liter V-16 engine, developed with expertise from Cosworth, delivers 986 horsepower alone. Three electric motors complement this powerhouse to achieve its staggering total output. This powerhouse is paired with an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission and all-wheel drive, promising to deliver a 0-60 mph sprint in a mere 2.0 seconds and hit 250 mph in about 25 seconds.

Bugatti has meticulously equipped the Tourbillon with a luxurious interior that includes sapphire glass coverings and gauges crafted by a Swiss watchmaker, ensuring every detail reflects the car’s premium status. For those who demand a personal touch, Bugatti’s “Sur Mesure” customization program offers extensive options for personalization.

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