Veyron Sold Its Soul
Bozca went about working on a car that featured plenty of hard lines coupled with more streamlined profile than the Veyron. Add a new front grille, a more aggressive fascia profile, and a touch of deep red and black, and you have Bozca’s work of art: the freakishly named Bugatti Lucifer.
Like its predecessors, the powertrain of this mean machine is nonetheless quite impressive with a displacement at 8 litres, it can attain a maximum power of 1001 HP at 6000rpm and the maximum torque being 1207Nm at 2500rpm. It has a four-wheel drive, allowing all four wheels to receive torque from the engine simultaneously making it a perfect sports car.
It has a transmission type of 8-speed dual-clutch automatic. The car weighs about 1886Kg, with length breadth and height as 4714 mm, 1998 mm and 1204 respectively. With Performance points of 636, the Bugatti Lucifer proves in all respect as the super premium sports car and rightfully the Satan on the road hard to surpass.
“We have to give Timur Bozca some props for the craftily-designed Veyron successor because that is one mean-looking SOB” - Topspeed.