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Bugatti’s 2026 Tourbillon Hybrid Hypercar Delivers a Whopping 1,775 HP

The 2026 Bugatti Tourbillon is a hybrid beast set to redefine automotive excellence.


Last month, Bugatti bid farewell to its iconic Chiron with the final L’Ultime model, marking the end of an era for the revered W16 engine. This hypercar, the 500th Chiron since its 2016 debut, dazzled with 1,578 horsepower and a price tag exceeding $3 million. But Bugatti is never one to rest on its laurels. Enter the 2026 Bugatti Tourbillon, a hybrid beast set to redefine automotive excellence. Combining an 8.3-liter naturally aspirated V16 with three electric motors, the Tourbillon roars to life with a jaw-dropping 1,775 horsepower, rocketing from 0 to 60 in just 2 seconds and hitting a top speed of 277 mph.

The Tourbillon isn’t just about raw power; it’s a masterclass in luxurious innovation. The curvy design nods to its Chiron predecessor but introduces a lower stance, dihedral doors, and a more spacious, ergonomic cabin. Inside, the homage to Swiss watchmaking is unmistakable, with a skeletonized titanium instrument cluster and analog gauges under scratch-resistant sapphire crystal. This tactile user experience contrasts sharply with the digital dominance of modern vehicles, making the Tourbillon a timeless marvel. Set to debut in 2026 with a limited run of 250 units and a price of around $4.6 million, the Tourbillon is a testament to Bugatti’s relentless pursuit of perfection.