Bugatti Veyron’s successor is rumored to be hybrid


Just when everyone believes that Bugatti will rest a while and let its Veryon brand strengthen its footing in the market, reports have surfaced suggesting that it is working on a successor. This supposedly hybrid vehicle is also said to be lighter and faster, which will sport the Veyron badge. Meanwhile, Bugatti’s chief vehicle engineer, Jens Schulenburg, has reportedly said that the brand is working on the next super-sports car. This baby is expected to feature a 1,000bhp-plus four-door Galibier similar to its 2009 concept. It is expected to go on sale by 2014 when production for its current Veyron line ends.
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