Bugatti supercar will have a hybrid that is now more prepared as a successor to the Veyron. “We’re producing a supercar today. Challenge of reducing the amount of weight, put a rim of carbon fiber and hybrid engines,” said Jens Schulenburg, Bugatti’s Chief Engineer.
The Italian carmaker is still considering the use of the name Galibier for environmentally friendly vehicles, such as the concept had appeared in 2009. Hybrid supercar is expected to be sold in 2014, coinciding with the final production of Veyron.
The French company admitted no problems with the dimensions to put the battery and electric motor as an additional component. Estimated to exceed the power generated PS 1183 which is currently owned by the Veyron Super Sport. If it’s true, it would break its maximum speed of 428 km / h. Supercar power generated from large-capacity 8.0-liter W16 engine with four turbochargers fitted.
If the views of its development, the Veyron at the beginning of the launch, in 2005 only managed to sell 5 units. As time went on until the end of 2010 jumped to 291 units.