With the Bolide revealed today, Bugatti have offered a glimpse of what a track-only car produced by the manufacturer could look like. It represents the ultimate development of the W16-powered supercars produced during the last fifteen years. Running on high-octane, racing fuel, the quad-turbo engine is expected to produce a staggering 1,850 hp. Combined with a dry weight of just 1,250 kg, this could enable the strikingly styled machine to lap the Le Mans circuit in 3:07 minutes; a time close to ten seconds faster than this year's pole position time. For now only renders of the Bolide are shown and the press release states that it is not certain that the car will actually be produced. Earlier this week, however, pictures of a camouflaged example testing at Paul Ricard appeared online, which suggests that it is not a matter of 'if' but rather 'when' the Bolide will be produced.
Definitely ready to go and on sale right now is the Donkervoort D8 GTO-JD70 R. Like the Bolide, it is a track-only machine. It is based on the limited production model that celebrates the 70th birthday of company founder Joop Donkervoort. It is powered by an Audi sourced five cylinder turbo engine, good for 415 bhp. It is mated to a six-speed sequential gearbox and mounted in a package that weighs just 725 kg. As a result, the JD70 R can accelerate to 100 km/h in just 2.7 seconds.

Enjoy the liks:

2021 Bugatti Bolide

2021 Donkervoort D8 GTO-JD70 R