Bugatti La Voiture Noire: The World's Most Expensive Car Debuts At 2019 Geneva Motor Show

Unlike most automakers debuting something new at Geneva today, Bugatti didn't embrace electrification for this build. In fact, it did the opposite by ripping open the car's chest and stuffing a fuel-guzzling 16-cylinder engine in place of its heart that gulps a gallon of gas every 10.5 miles. If this engine configuration sounds familiar, it isn't deja vu. The quad-turbo setup is the very same engine found in the Chiron and even produces the same power output: 1,479 horsepower and 1,180 pound-feet of torque.

While nothing in the power plant department might be new, the design certainly is. Being a one-off car, everything from tip to tail is completely custom and the overall shape screams traditional Bugatti. It's wide hips and flowing rear C-pillar are the staple of the brand's identity, accented by aerodynamic arches and an aggressive front end, complete with the horseshoe center grille.

A raised centerline stands out on the Voiture Noire, an element pinched from the Atlantic and integrated into its younger brother's styling. The vehicle's windshield wiper is even used to extend the line into the windscreen and continue flowing at the roof.

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