The Bugatti Tourbillon hides a secret that no one expected!

The Bugatti Tourbillon hides a secret that no one expected!
The Bugatti Tourbillon hides a secret that no one expected!

At the end of last week, Bugatti threw a huge (really huge) stone into the pond. The new Alsatian hypercar, called Tourbillon, redefines the standards in terms of performance and luxury, thanks to a hybrid V16 of 1,800 horsepower, but also thanks to its spectacular interior. In fact, a well-hidden detail inside the car could surprise some brand purists…

Last week, Bugatti caused a sensation by unveiling its new hypercar, the Tourbillon. This succeeds the Chiron and, although it partly borrows its style, it still pushes the limits in terms of luxury and performance. It is more powerful, more visually impressive, rarer, more expensive… There is no shortage of superlatives when talking about this new hypercar.

Among the points that attracted the most attention, we can notably mention the passenger compartment. A complete article would not be enough to cover all the details present on board. From the crystal center console to the analog instrument cluster made of titanium, rubies and sapphires, everything is absolutely out of the ordinary. But there’s one detail we haven’t talked about yet…

3.8 million euros for a car without a screen?

Since the first announcements, months before the official presentation of the car, Bugatti kept repeating its new motto over and over again: ” for eternity “. Understand that the Alsatian brand has done everything to make its car timeless, carefully choosing each design element so that nothing suffers the ravages of time.

However, you will agree, screens tend to quickly become outdated. Take a BMW 5 Series from more than 5 years ago and you will notice that the interface is no longer really up to date. And the older the model, the more striking this detail is. We would love to see what the interior of a Mercedes EQS looks like in 10 years… But let’s get back to our Bugatti Tourbillon.

This is indeed equipped with a central screen. But the Molsheim manufacturer found a subterfuge so as not to have to worry about what the dashboard will look like in 10 years, simply thanks to a retractable screen. The latter is by default camouflaged in the center console and is only deployed at the driver’s request. Thus, the design of the passenger compartment remains balanced. The device is actually not very happy in terms of design, but once stored in its hiding place, all we see is fire! This should allow this Tourbillon to be eternal, as Bugatti wanted…

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