Bugatti is currently working on a new model, and it’s been reported that this new car will see the light of day come early 2016, according to an article on TopGear.com posted July 24.
“We’re working hard at Bugatti, but don’t worry, it’s coming. I cannot predict exactly, but at the end of 2015 or early 2016, we’ll see the new Bugatti,” Walter de Silva, head of VW Group Design, told TopGear.com.
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While de Silva remained very vague on the subject, he did say that this new model will not be a Veyron replacement. He also went on to say that they are “developing a few different concepts at the moment, working together with the engineers and designers at the same time.”
From this TopGear.com article, it is made very clear that Bugatti will not be creating the Galibier or a “Super Veyron.” However, de Silva did add that this new car will ‘redefine the benchmarks.’
Be sure to stick with us for more news on Bugatti’s next model as it is released.
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