Stephan Winklemann learned his licks elevating Lamborghini. VW Group dispatched him to Molsheim, France to run Bugatti, where he found one car, one chassis, one powertrain, and one narrowly defined purpose. Bugatti had long ago met the original goal: to build the fastest production car in the world also capable of navigating cosmopolitan streets on the way to the opera house.
At the convergence of design and aero. Huge wing and the X-Fighter diffuser generate significant … [+] downforce, perfect for enjoying the car on-track. Depending on the track, at speeds likely below 150 to
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