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Key Takeaways

  • Bugatti’s upcoming hypercar maintains classic Bugatti design cues with gorgeous side intakes and wheels that hint at a clean design.
  • The model will boast over 1,000 horsepower with a new hybrid powertrain and a slimmer appearance.
  • This new hypercar features a mix of modern and classic elements, such as a new electrified heart alongside a V16 engine.

The successor to the Bugatti Chiron is a little more than a week away, and to keep us excited the company has dropped two more teasers highlighting the wheels and the vehicle’s gorgeous side-intakes. Bugatti’s first all-new hypercar in almost ten years, the new flagship model will debut a slimmer appearance and a new hybrid powertrain that will boast well over 1,000 horsepower, which should help Bugatti break a few more records.


Bugatti was founded as an automaker by an Italian-born designer named Ettore Bugatti in Molsheim, Alsace, when the French city was a German one in 1909. Bugatti created several successful cars for road and racing, but Ettore’s death in 1947 led to the company ceasing operations in 1952 before a short-lived revival in 1963. The brand was revived again in 1987, resulting in the EB110 GT, but the company we know today only appeared in 1998, when Volkswagen Group acquired the brand. In 2005, the Veyron arrived, setting the tone for Bugatti’s contemporary era.

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Ettore Arco Isidoro Bugatti

Molsheim, France

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Current CEO
Mate Rimac

Don’t think the model is going for a complete makeover though, as it will still offer classic Bugatti design cues that are sure to keep the brand’s faithful customers happy. June 20th is when the model will finally take off its wraps, and if its catchphrase “Pour L’eternite” (For Eternity) holds true, we may be about to witness history in the making.

As Gorgeous As Any Bugatti

The two new teasers are exactly that: teasers. They offer very little information besides some quick glances at the new vehicle’s gorgeous design details. The first, which was posted to social media over the weekend, gives us a quick look at the vehicle’s wheels and massive brakes. It looks like the model is going to debut with a very clean set of machined aluminum wheels hiding drilled rotors. The calipers can’t be seen, but you do get a quick glimpse of the Ettore Bugatti logo in the center.

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The second teaser, posted today, gives us a quick look at the iconic C-shaped side intakes that will once again feature prominently on a Bugatti product. The outline of the shape is accented in what looks to be brushed aluminum and is flanked by blue and black body panels with the Ettore Bugatti logo in the center. The color scheme appears to closely mirror the color the Chiron debuted with in 2016, and recalls iconic dual-tone blue models of the brand’s past.

Teasers That Create A Perfectly Imperfect Picture

These two teasers join two others previously released that highlight the model’s iconic front grill and new illuminated and spelled-out Bugatti logo on the rear that borrows from the Mistral. The hood lines indicate a slimmer opening in the front than before, but the name on the rear is something radically different from the brand’s main model. The illumination brings the model further into the present and obviously hints at the hypercar’s new electrified heart.


Everything The Bugatti Chiron Successor Must Overcome To Hit 550 KM/H

Bugatti has a whole series of challenges ahead of them before they actually claim the Chiron successor as fastest production car in the world.

While some may not be thrilled a vehicle such as this now features electrification, we think they’ll find solace in the fact that at its core sits a new naturally aspirated V16 engine that is the first of its kind in a series production model in nearly 90 years. It’s a massive change, but one that has the potential to entice even more customers to the brand than ever before. We’ll just have to wait and see how all the pieces fit together when the model finally shows its face, but we have a feeling we’re not going to be disappointed.

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