Bugatti has changed hands twice since the company was first purchased for its airplane parts business in 1963. Yet Ettore Bugatti's racing-bred ethos is still there, and back in a big way with the Bolide track car. Bugatti engineers stripped the Chiron down and rebuilt it with only the necessary parts to make it both FIA-legal and as fast as possible. Then they added an aerodynamically-sculpted shell to house the driver and the W16 engine, making 1,824 horsepower in its most highly-tuned configuration ever. Total weight for the Bolide is only 2,700 pounds, meaning it is undoubtedly one of the quickest accelerating, fastest cars ever built, although Bugatti is still mulling putting it into production. Bugatti's simulations point to a 0-62 MPH time of 2.17 seconds and a full lap of the Nurburgring in 5:23.1, or about 4 seconds slower than Porsche's unlimited 919 EVO Le Mans prototype.