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Bugatti Mistral Moves To Tokyo This Year

Image Source: Art Konovalov / Shutterstock

A vibrant metropolis, known for its cutting-edge technology, rich culture, and extensive heritage, Tokyo is a city that seamlessly blends the traditional with the modern. Visitors can simultaneously explore temples well over 1,000 years old and gaze at the tallest buildings in the world. The W16 Mistral is at home here, drawing upon over a century of Bugatti history and imbued with the very latest automotive design innovations. Among its first stops in Japan, the W16 Mistral visited the Kanda Myojin Shrine, which is considered one of the oldest temples in Tokyo. Its distinctive architectural style is timeless amongst the modernity of the 21st Century metropolis. Just as in the W16 Mistral, years of tradition collide with the latest technology in a seamless blend.

The W16 Mistral also passed by Oishi Park, with Mount Fuji in the distance and Lake Kawaguchi in front. Here, in the fading light, the striking rear treatment, highlighted by the X-themed taillight motif, is a shining beacon for the future of Bugatti design.

Image Source: Art Konovalov / Shutterstock

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