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Bugatti’s modern identity is closely associated with the large 8.0-litre, quad-turbo, W16 engine that powered the Veyron and the Chiron.

However, how do you replace such a dominant feature as times change? Bugatti again opted for 16 cylinders for the new Tourbillon, but this time in a ‘V’ configuration and without any turbos.

The engine has a massive 8.3-litre displacement, can rev up to 9,000rpm, and produces 986bhp and 664 lb-ft of torque before adding 789bhp of electric assistance via three e-motors.

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Cosworth created the new V16 engine, the same British company that recently developed V12s for the Aston Martin Valkyrie and GMA T.50.

So, how does it differ from those two, and most importantly, how does it sound when tested on a dyno? Let’s find out from Top Gear Magazine’s Tom Ford.

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