Three recalls affect the Bugatti Veyron to fix problems like inaccurate fuel gauges, corroding battery cables, and the aluminum underbody panels falling off.
- Noah Joseph
- Mar 27, 2016
The new Chiron isn't the first supercar that Bugatti designed since Volkswagen took over nearly two decades ago, nor is the first one to bear the name.
For a car capable of unprecedented speeds, the Bugatti Veyron sure has stuck around a long time – but it's almost gone. And that means it's time for the Alsatian marque to move on to the next thing. Fortunately, according to Automobile magazine, Bugatti has been working on the Veyron's successor for about four years now. And though Bugatti has kept pretty quiet on the details of what its next hypercar will entail, the publication's well-informed European correspondent Georg Kacher has some
Upon first inspection, this looks to be a strangely styled Bugatti Veyron. Such a thing shouldn't be a shock. We have, after all, already seen the hypercar with a penis on the hood and painted in nearly every single hue that exists on our planet. Take a closer look, though, and we see something altogether different. That's because this isn't a Veyron – it's new, rumored to be a replacement to the Veyron and is allegedly called the Chiron.
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