The best cars of the 2021 Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance Car News

Bentley Flying Spur Mulliner

Bentley’s most expensive production car to date made its public debut at the show. The Flying Spur Mulliner will be the third member of the Bentley Mulliner Collections range offered by the bespoke body division of the Crewe company, joining the premium versions of the Continental GT coupe and convertible. The V8 model costs from £ 220,100, while the W12 variant starts at £ 230,400. In a first for the Mulliner division, the Flying Spur will also be offered with a plug-in hybrid powertrain, although pricing for this has yet to be confirmed.

Bugatti Bolide

Although it does not appear in the metal, it has been confirmed that the Bolide was Bugatti next production car in an ad at The Quail. The French company will produce 40 units sold at 4 million euros (3.4 million pounds sterling) each, with the aim of delivering the 1,578 hp hypercar to customers in 2024. The Bolide weighs only 1,450 kg and uses the Bugatti 8.0-liter four-turbocharged W16 engine. , which powers all four wheels. Its spectacular bodywork is shaped, unsurprisingly, with aerodynamics in mind. Bugatti claims 1,800 kg of downforce on the rear wing and 800 kg on the front wing at around 200 mph.

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This notice was published: 2021-08-16 14:57:22

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