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EnthusiastsWhy Buy A Bugatti Centodieci When You Can Have This F-16 Fighter Jet For Less?

11:25  17 august  2019
11:25  17 august  2019 Source:   jalopnik.com

Bugatti Centodieci Debuts Today: See The Livestream Here

Bugatti Centodieci Debuts Today: See The Livestream Here The EB110 is back, at least in spirit. Yes, Bugatti is well aware images of its new hypercar have escaped onto the Internet after some of our colleagues decided to break the embargo, but the Molsheim company is sticking to its plan to host a livestream of the event from The Quail. Even though the cat is pretty much out of the bag, a new Bugatti doesn’t come so often, therefore we’re still giddy with excitement to see the EB110 homage in full-resolution glory.

Then again– why would you park among peasants in one of these when I could hook you up with an F - 16 jet for less ? The ,878,800 (plus tax!) list price of the Bugatti Centodieci really makes you think. The fact that there’s a market for such a preposterous toy is a pretty clear indicator that some

Considered the jet all other jets would try to beat! The J-20 in frontal view. As you can see it uses the all moving tail and combine this with canards should provide J-20 with some The F - 16 is an excellent fighter jet with a proven combat record in multi - role applications. Such a question is of little use.

Why Buy A Bugatti Centodieci When You Can Have This F-16 Fighter Jet For Less?
Why Buy A Bugatti Centodieci When You Can Have This F-16 Fighter Jet For Less?

The $8,878,800 (plus tax!) list price of the Bugatti Centodieci really makes you think. The fact that there’s a market for such a preposterous toy is a pretty clear indicator that some people are too rich. Then again–why would you park among peasants in one of these when I could hook you up with an F-16 jet for less?

But actually–I was trawling Facebook thinking about Bugattis mere moments ago when I saw this listing for a 1980 F-16 jet for sale in Palm Beach, Florida with an asking price of $8,500,000. (Call Russ if you want it, but I bet he knows what he’s got.)

Bugatti Centodieci, a 1577-HP Hypercar, Revealed at Pebble Beach

Bugatti Centodieci, a 1577-HP Hypercar, Revealed at Pebble Beach Inspired by the EB110, limited to 10 copies, priced starting above $8 million, all sold. Bugatti's newest limited-edition hypercar, the Centodieci, gets unique bodywork and luxury features to make it even more exclusive than other Bugattis. Although its top speed is 25 mph less than the Chiron's, its 1577-hp quad-turbo W-16 ensures it's the quickest-accelerating Bugatti to date. The Centodieci made its debut at Pebble Beach in the leadup to the Concours d'Elegance. Automakers often turn to past glories to draw inspiration for new models.

Maybe, but you can ’t buy it from the U.S., you ’d have to buy it used, and your chances of successfully completing such a purchase, much less getting to operate the aircraft, are very very small. The United States government has laws against selling military aircraft, and very specifically combat aircraft, to

The salary for a jet fighter pilot in the United States Air Force ranges widely depending on rank and two.three million pounds Addendum: It would be rather hard to buy a fighter jet for such a low price Israel has at least two or more Lockheed Martin F -35 fighter jets . It is their most advanced fighter jet

“One is from the future and looks like it’s from the ’80s,” my colleague Raphael Orlove observed. And “the other is from the ’80s and looks like the future.” Indeed, the Centodieci is an homage to the Bugatti EB110, borrowing some of its design elements and ostensibly supposed to be just as epic.

Why Buy A Bugatti Centodieci When You Can Have This F-16 Fighter Jet For Less?© Photo: Bugatti

The airplane ad is hilariously vague, but I guess you’d have to know what you’re looking at to be in the market for a fighter jet anyway. As to whether or not it’s a good deal, well, the U.S. government is apparently trying to get $1,670,000,000 from the Bulgarian government for eight F-16s, so $208,750,000 apiece. Yeah, I’m going to go ahead and guess that that one in Flordia needs a little more than an A/C recharge.

Be that as it may, it’d still be a more baller accessory sitting in your garage than a nearly-nine million dollar Bugatti. As long as you have a really big garage. Or, like, a theme restaurant to park it in.

Bugatti Centodieci is a striking throwback to the EB110 in Monterey

Bugatti Centodieci is a striking throwback to the EB110 in Monterey Its 16-cylinder engine now puts out 1,600 horsepower.

I LOVE jet engine aircraft, but the f 16 has a special place in my heart. I'm extremely dubious that you could find an F 16 for sale, or be allowed to keep it in the US. The only way you would be able to buy one is through some foreign government, and my expectation is that even if you aquired the airplane

F - 16 jets in bulk say around 200–220 will make up for 12–13 squadrons, and iaf will have a breathing space till AMCA matures. F - 16 deal with US will You know US is very strict when it comes to tech transfer so India will never agree on this and there are lots of restrictions from USA even with country

Jokes aside, the Centodieci’s spec claims are as outrageous as is asking price. The 16-cylinder engine supposedly makes 1,600 horsepower. 1,600 horsepower. Bugatti promises all that energy translates to a 0 to 124 mph sprint in 6.1 seconds. Top speed’s posted at 236 mph, and the only thing keeping it that low is an electronic limiter.

An F-16, well, it’s considerably faster but it’s not as user-friendly.

Hat tip to Leo!

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See Bugatti Chiron Sport Hit 261 MPH In Top Gear Test.
Nothing much here but a Chiron Sport hitting its limited top speed. Ah, the Chiron Sport. The track-focused hypercar is as fast and delicious as a normal Chiron but Bugatti gave it a substantial weight loss and enhanced performance on corners. Though it's mechanically identical to the Chiron, harnessing a quad-turbocharged 8.0-liter W16 engine that produces 1,500 horsepower (1,103 kilowatts) and 1,180 pound-feet (1,600 Newton-meters) of torque, the Chiron Sport is more expensive with a $400,000 premium over a standard Chiron.

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