Bugatti Bolide

Asphalt 9 Bugatti Bolide

Car Information

ClassType⛽ Fuel⏱ Refill TimeIn Game
SEpic36 HoursUpdate 28 – 12/2022

Performance Data

Max  6⭐TopspeedAccelerationHandlingNitro
Nitro Speed: ? km/hAir Speed: ? km/hDrift Speed: ? km/h



Blueprints Blueprint

1⭐2⭐3⭐4⭐5⭐6⭐Total Blueprints

Upgrades & Import Parts Top SpeedAccelerationHandlingNitro

StageCredits credits_small x4Total credits_small
Stage 023.000 credits_small92.000 credits_small
Stage 137.500 credits_small150.000 credits_small
Stage 260.000 credits_small240.000 credits_small
Stage 390.000 credits_small360.000 credits_small
Stage 4130.000 credits_small520.000 credits_small
Stage 5182.000 credits_small728.000 credits_small
Stage 6255.000 credits_small1.020.000 credits_small
Stage 7356.500 credits_small1.426.000 credits_small
Stage 8499.500 credits_small1.998.000 credits_small
Stage 9699.000 credits_small2.796.000 credits_small
Stage 10979.000 credits_small3.916.000 credits_small
Stage 111.370.000 credits_small5.480.000 credits_small
Stage 122.250.000 credits_small9.000.000 credits_small
Stage 13Max27.726.000 credits_small
Import PartsAmountCredits credits_smallTotal credits_small
Common2890.000 credits_small2.520.000 credits_small
Rare20180.000 credits_small3.600.000 credits_small
Epic16540.000 credits_small8.640.000 credits_small
Upgrades27.726.000 credits_small
Total Cost:42.486.000 credits_small

Bugatti Bolide Description

The Bugatti Bolide is a track-day-focused sportscar developed by Bugatti Engineering GmbH in Wolfsburg, Germany and manufactured in Molsheim, by French automobile manufacturer Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S., revealed online on October 28, 2020. According to Bugatti, the concept version of the Bolide is using the W16 engine with a weight-to-power-ratio of 0.91 kg/kW (0.67 kg/PS; 1.50 lb/hp). Bugatti announced the Bolide would be the last car ever made with their W16 engine. The Bolide’s name comes from the term le bolide, which literally means “the racing car” in French. The fundamental concept of the Bolide is based on a technical draft of Bugatti chief engineer and “Technical Guru” Frank Goetzke.

The Bolide is built using the framework of the same 8-liter quad-turbo W16 engine and the 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission used in the Chiron, although upgrades to the W16 engine allow the Bolide to generate over 1,360 kW (1,824 hp; 1,849 PS) and 1,850 N⋅m (1,364 lb⋅ft) of torque, 207 kW (277 hp; 281 PS), more than the Chiron Super Sport 300+. This increase in power can be attributed to bigger blades in the turbochargers and the different orientation of the turbochargers themselves. Combining the fact that the curb weight of the car is only 1,240 kg (2,733.7 lb), the Bolide can accelerate from 0–100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.2 seconds, 0–200 km/h (124 mph) in 4.4 seconds, 0–299 km/h (186 mph) in 7.4 seconds, 0–401 km/h (249 mph) in 12.1 seconds, and 0–501 km/h (311 mph) in 20.1 seconds and a top speed projected of more than 501 km/h (311 mph). Additionally, Bugatti states that the Bolide has a 0–401–0 km/h (0–249–0 mph) of 24.62 seconds, and a 0–501–0 km/h (0–311–0 mph) time of 33.62 seconds. According to Bugatti, computer simulations show that the Bolide could lap the Nürburgring in 5 minutes and 23.1 seconds, making it just four seconds slower than the current record holder, the Porsche 919 Hybrid Evo. The Bolide is also simulated to have a lap time at the Circuit de la Sarthe of just 3 minutes and 7.1 seconds, making it 7.6 seconds quicker than the current record holder, the Toyota TS050, which lapped the circuit in 3 minutes and 14.7 seconds.

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