Bugatti Chiron Successor Will Be “Heavily Electrified,” Mate Rimac Says

The easiest thing for us would be to take the Nevera and slam a Bugatti logo on it and call it a day. But I was against it. I’m an electric car guy, but a Bugatti should still have a combustion engine for some time. But it will be developed in a way that is financially viable,” Rimac told Automotive News Europe.

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Rimac describes the new Bugatti as being “heavily electrified” while making use of “a very attractive combustion engine.” There’s no info yet about the powerplant’s displacement or cylinder layout.

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