Bugatti Debuts the 1,800-Horsepower Tourbillon

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A Look Back
Twenty years ago, Bugatti changed the automotive landscape by introducing its first modern-day supercar, the Veyron. With almost 1,000 horsepower coming from its quad-turbo W16 engine, the Veyron was unlike anything else on the road. When the Veyron ended production in 2015, Bugatti turned up the heat with a proper successor – the 1500-horsepower Chiron. Now that the Chiron run is complete, the new Tourbillon takes its place with an all-new powerplant and – not surprisingly – more power.

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