The Next Bugatti: Everything We Know About It Now

The next generation Bugatti has been designed, but we’ll have to wait until 2024 to see it in action.

The departure of Bugatti chief designer Achim Anscheidt marks the end of an era that produced such iconic vehicles as the Chiron and Veyron Super Sport over the past 19 years.

While the Chiron will no longer be manufactured, its successor will usher in a new era for Bugatti’s line of high-performance vehicles.

This upcoming hypercar is a continuation of its legendary forerunner, though it does away with the quad-turbocharged W-16 engine in favor of hybrid technology.

The successor to the Bugatti Chiron will be built by Bugatti Rimac, an automaker owned equally by the French legend Bugatti and the Croatian EV startup Rimac.

The successor to the Bugatti Chiron, led by the visionary Mate Rimac, breaks with convention by adopting a hybrid powertrain consisting of a potent V-8 engine and an electric motor.