Bugatti Not Building SUV, But Considering High Riding Crossover Inspired Coupe

Bugatti could be bringing to the table something not a lot of other manufacturers can: a cool crossover.

Yes, it sounds like an oxymoron, but a few key features could set what may be Bugatti’s next vehicle apart from the others.

According to >Car, Bugatti is finalizing the design proposals for its next vehicle, and is waiting for a sign-off from the suits inside its parent Volkswagen Group.

The brand has been flip-flopping on plans to build an SUV, with the last thing we heard being Bugatti boss Stephan Winkelmann saying “There will be no SUV from Bugatti.” However, it seems like the tides may be turning—or more specifically, that the definition of “SUV” at Bugatti may be changing.

Instead of a ful-on sport utility vehicle, the next product from the marque could be a sleek two-door coupe-crossover built on the same platform as the Lamborghini Urus (which Winkelmann kicked off). Though if it is, it will be lighter, and feature a hybrid powertrain to go along with the 641-horsepower V8, speculates Car.

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The design team, led by Etienne Salomé, will work hard to craft the design elements from the Chiron and Veyron into the new vehicle.

Along with the crossover, Bugatti may also be building a new four-door limousine in the style of the Royale, one of the brand’s most famous and luxurious rides. That vehicle might be built on the Porsche Taycan platform.

Source : https://driving.ca/auto-news/news/bugatti-not-building-suv-but-considering-high-riding-crossover-inspired-coupe/

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