The Bugatti Bolide is one of those machines that simply doesn’t feel real. Its quad exhaust, X-shaped headlights, and crazy amounts of negative space belong in a comic strip, not the real world. Did we mention the 1850-hp output and theoretical 311 mph top speed? Clearly, Bugatti sensed a need to convince us—those poor peasants who may never see this absurd build in the metal—that the titanium-and-carbon-fiber Bolide actually exists.
We saw the dozen images Bugatti released at the car’s debut, but some, if not all of those photos, were dosed with a heavy helping of CGI. Now, Bugatti’s released a trove of photos that are a shade more convincing, thanks to some actual rays of sunshine. Supercars need Vitamin D, too, right?
Feast your eyes on this:
We’d be even more psyched if Bugatti strapped one of its drivers in this thing and took some photos of it tail-out on a race circuit. In the meantime, we’ll have to content ourselves with imagining our hands on the steering wheel.
Without further ado, here’s the rest of the photoshoot, for your viewing pleasure: