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Bugatti Might Make an Electric Luxury Sedan Based On the Porsche Taycan: Report

Bugatti Might Make an Electric Luxury Sedan Based On the Porsche Taycan: Report
Tuesday, March 19, 2019
Electric Luxury Sedan Based On the Porsche Taycan

As long ago as the Paris Motor Show last-place fall, Bugatti president Stephan Winkelmann has been talking about expanding the Bugatti lineup, but has been cagey about what might be coming. How are you able perhaps follow up the$ 3 million Chiron, the $5.8 million Divo, and the $12.5 million La Voiture Noire? According to Car, the French brand is groups together a Taycan-based long-wheelbase luxury EV, allegedly due some time in 2023.



The company could certainly afford to build a more mass-market entry-level framework for thousands and thousands of bucks or so, without the headline-grabbing 1500 horsepower yield or 260 mph top speed. But what would that look like? When Winkelmann mentioned that the W16 engine might not be the heart of the big Bug forever, "wed been" struck.

Now that I'm hearing it could be an electric nerve, I'm intrigued again. Bugatti is great at persuading extremely wealthy tastemakers to put up lots of money to buy its autoes. If a supercar maker can take EVs to a brand-new level of desirability, perhaps we can get a proper infrastructure for them sooner rather than subsequently .


As long ago as the Paris Motor Show last-place fall, Bugatti president Stephan Winkelmann has been talking about expanding the Bugatti lineup, but has been cagey about what might be coming. How are you able perhaps follow up the$ 3 million Chiron, the $5.8 million Divo, and the $12.5 million La Voiture Noire? According to Car, the French brand is groups together a Taycan-based long-wheelbase luxury EV, allegedly due some time in 2023.




The company could certainly afford to build a more mass-market entry-level framework for thousands and thousands of bucks or so, without the headline-grabbing 1500 horsepower yield or 260 mph top speed. But what would that look like? When Winkelmann mentioned that the W16 engine might not be the heart of the big Bug forever, "wed been" struck.

Now that I'm hearing it could be an electric nerve, I'm intrigued again. Bugatti is great at persuading extremely wealthy tastemakers to put up lots of money to buy its autoes. If a supercar maker can take EVs to a brand-new level of desirability, perhaps we can get a proper infrastructure for them sooner rather than subsequently .

" I would recognize us doing a battery electric vehicle ," Winkelmann told Bloomberg at the Geneva Motor Show." There, the balance between performance and convenience is much more important, and it's about daily usability. This is what I recognize .

" In Bugatti's future, maximum speed does not play the leading role any more ," Winkelmann said." From now on, we will be able to threw the emphasis placed on ultimate overall vehicle dynamics, lightweight and modern sustainable luxury ."

By extending the Taycan platform, Bugatti could have a viable product much sooner than engineering one from scratch. And developing a chassis good enough to be sold under the Porsche name would mean it's created in order to a high standard. Perhaps not created in order to Bugatti standard, but they can fix that reasonably quick .

While nothing moves rapidly with a tiny company like Bugatti, especially when everything needs to be hand crafted, I would hope they can get something feasible before 2023. Car theorizes that the car will make use of solid state battery tech, but being that this tech isn't ready for prime time yet, I'll hedge that gambled .

If it appears anything like Galibier concept( top) of a decade ago, I'll smile every time I recognize one. I only hope Winkelmann stays to his artilleries and never produces an SUV .

Source By jalopnik.com
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