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Bugatti Mistral Goes to Tokyo This Year

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Tokyo, a bustling city famous for its advanced technology, diverse culture, and rich history, effortlessly combines the old-fashioned charm with modern innovations. Visitors have the opportunity to explore ancient temples dating back over a millennium and admire some of the tallest skyscrapers in the world. The W16 Mistral feels perfectly at home here, embodying Bugatti’s rich history that spans over a hundred years while incorporating the latest advancements in automotive design. During its initial visit to Japan, the W16 Mistral made a stop at the Kanda Myojin Shrine, one of Tokyo’s oldest temples. The timeless architectural style of the shrine stands in harmony amidst the contemporary landscape of the 21st century metropolis, mirroring the blend of tradition and technology exemplified by the W16 Mistral.

The W16 Mistral also traveled past Oishi Park, offering breathtaking views of Mount Fuji in the backdrop and Lake Kawaguchi in the foreground. As the daylight waned, the distinctive rear design of the car, accentuated by the X-themed taillight pattern, served as a beacon illuminating the future of Bugatti’s design.

Image Source: Art Konovalov / Shutterstock

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