The machine is still in its very early stage of production, so that at the moment it does not even have a finished interior project.
At this year’s Geneva Motor Show we had the opportunity to see an amazing one-off hypercar from Bugatti – La Voiture Noire. The car impressed everyone, not only because of its incredible appearance and hellish specification, but also because of its price of 16.5 million Euros.
A lucky buyer of the machine – Ferdinand Piëch, the head of the Volkswagen concern, however, cannot yet enjoy his car. Before he can get behind the wheel, it will take a long time. According to the Carscoops, the French brand will still need 2 to 2.5 years to finish the vehicle.
According to Bugatti’s communication manager Tim Bravo, the machine is in such an early stage of production that it does not even have a finished interior design at the moment. In addition, the car at the show did not have an 8-litre W16 engine under the hood. For the purpose of the presentation, the car entered the stage powered by an electric motor.
However, it should be noted that the Bugatti La Voiture Noire project was only being developed for half a year. Creating the design of a hypercar and assembling its body seems to be a big achievement in such a short time.