Upcoming Arrival: 2024 Release of Brand New Bugatti Model

The Unanswered Mystery of Its Source of Energy

It is a rare occurrence for Bugatti to release a new model. Excluding variations, the Molsheim-based company has only unveiled two vehicles during its tenure under the Volkswagen Group. The Veyron was first introduced in 2005, followed by the Chiron in 2016. However, in 2024, a new car will finally make its debut – though it will only be accessible to the elite one-percenters.

Amidst the lively buzz on online forums about the type of engine that will power the upcoming car, we decided to inquire with Bugatti for confirmation. As expected, the company declined to address the rumors and speculations. Nonetheless, Head of Communications Nicole Auger shared that the curtains will be lifted sometime during the mid-year.

The confirmed details suggest that the upcoming vehicle will retain an internal combustion engine, but it will no longer feature the W16. The dominating quad-turbo 8.0-liter engine is being taken out of commission, as it will only be present in the Mistral roadster and track-exclusive Bolide models. What lies ahead for this iconic power source?

There is a lot of contradictory information surrounding the new Bugatti engine, as some sources claim it will be an 8.3-liter V16 created by Cosworth, while others suggest it might be smaller, like Lamborghini Revuelto’s V12 or the VW Group’s V8. Furthermore, there are rumors that point to a brand-new engine altogether. Despite these uncertainties, company representatives have officially stated that the upcoming Bugatti model will be a hybrid.

In a previous statement, Bugatti-Rimac CEO Mate Rimac assured us that the successor to the Chiron will leave us “astonished.” He also revealed that the upcoming model will boast unprecedented features and a “highly electrified” powertrain centered around “an incredibly appealing combustion engine.” According to former Bugatti Director of Design, Achim Anscheidt, the car, set to be released this year, will surpass even the impressive Mistral in terms of sheer greatness.

Bugatti has been developing the design of their newest car since the year 2021. It is important to mention that this upcoming hybrid hypercar was the final vehicle created by Achim Anscheidt, who retired from his role as head of Bugatti design in 2023 after a successful tenure of almost twenty years. Taking over the reins for future car designs is Frank Heyl.

Although the Chiron had undergone extensive updates from its predecessor, the Veyron, it is reported that the upcoming Bugatti will be equipped with a fresh chassis. Speculation suggests that this car may even boast a higher level of exclusivity than its predecessors, as the Chiron had a limited production of 500 units and the Veyron only produced 450 units. Just last month, Mate Rimac shared on Instagram that the new model was discreetly unveiled in November 2023.

The company partners were gathered at the firm’s Berlin office for a meeting, where the preview was held. Surprisingly, there were two cars concealed under covers. Despite the fact that the world debut is still a few months away, the deliveries to customers will not begin until 2026. The French brand is currently occupied with completing the production of the Mistral and Bolide models, both of which are limited to 99 and 40 units, respectively. In the meantime, the final “standard” Chiron was recently handed over to its owner.


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