What if Villebreguin’s world’s ugliest car was faster than Bugatti?

News apparatus What if Villebreguin’s world’s ugliest car was faster than Bugatti?

It is difficult to come to a unanimous opinion about the ugliest car in the world. Fiat’s Multipla is probably one of the worst visual masterpieces in the automotive world. Besides, what if we turn it into a race car with over 1000 horsepower?

The first start of the 1000tipla at the Mondial de l’Auto

Unveiled to the public at the Paris Motor Show on October 17, a privileged few got a chance to hear the roar of the beast. Thus, a 1000 hp Multipla can be launched, developing the same 129 decibels. This is an airplane that takes off at full power. At that time, the whole hall of the Hall turned around.

1000 is an incredible version of the worst car ever

Two Youtubers Pierre and Sylvain
crankshaft chain

we had a great idea about Turn your Multipla into a real racing car. The genesis of the idea comes from the incredible advertisement Renault made in 1994 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Espace model. As a result, the public was able to discover it at the Paris Motor Show this year Renault Espace F1. A family car with a real Formula 1 engine. In 2022, Vilebrequin aims to do the same or better than the legendary Multipla.

What if Villebreguin's world's ugliest car was faster than Bugatti?

The joke was too good to be true. This 1000tip is not here to prove anything. Its purpose share a piece of the car and make it an unusual tribute. Unlike the Espace F1, Vilebrequin’s Multipla can be started by one person and does not require an entire technical team. full of comfort, It has Apple Carplay.

More than 1 million euros for the fastest Multipla in the world

Inevitably, such a project is expensive. To achieve this, they opened a cat that involved two Youtubers, which succeeded Increase € 1,096,111. The amount Vilebrequin pocketed for the project is unclear. They estimate the rest at 32% or thereabouts among all expenses €350,000. A tidy sum, but it doesn’t seem like enough for such a project.

So they joined forces with tuner W-AutoSport to produce the 1000type. However, to achieve such power, the engine must be clearly modified. As a result, adding that much power also requires changing the chassis. For this they a 650 HP Corvette C7 Z06. After stripping, only the engine and chassis remain. From there, the stock body is removed from the Multipla to be installed on the corvette.

What if Villebreguin's world's ugliest car was faster than Bugatti?

After the body is installed, a kit is added to give it a sportier look. For this, Sylvain and Pierre called the king of tuning in Japan, creator Kei Miura. The last step after that is the whole engine preparation. The 6.2L V8 should go from 650 to 1,000 horsepower. For this, the crankshaft, injectors, compressor, etc. would have to be changed. Ultimately, it’s a car that’s not much more than a Multipla and a Corvette at the same time.

Now the last step is to see it ride. Knowing that the 1000tipla is already rolling when it arrives at the Paris Motor Show, that will be the case in a future video. All that’s left is to put it on the test bench to find out how much horsepower it develops. Then there will be the Merguez Tuning Show event, which will be the official presentation and the first public drive.

Moreover, in the Multipla grandstand, we met Jan Todt, former assistant driver and then manager of the Ferrari Formula 1 team during the Schumacher years. The ability to draw parallel between these cars is a potential run on the Formula 1 circuit. The problem is that it can’t work on the circuit in France at 129 decibels. But Pierre and Sylvain do not rule out the possibility of organizing an event at the 24 Hours of Le Mans at the Bugatti Circuit. “For us, yes, but it’s not in our hands” Sylvain answered us. In the same cycle, the latest GP Explorer may have opened the door a little more between the very closed world of the car and the world of the Internet.

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