Bugatti Rimac teases future models: Nevera Roadster & Chiron special?
Earlier this week, Bugatti Rimac released an image that shows the company’s entire range of hypercars, right from the Veyron to the Bolide and the Nevera EV. However, our eyes quickly drew to the two cars still under covers.
We believe the second car from the left could be the track version of the Nevera. Rumors suggest that Rimac also has a Nevera Roadster in the pipeline, which might be unveiled later this year.
The Nevera packs four electric motors that produce 1,914 hp and 1,741 lb-ft of torque. They are powered by a 120 kWh battery pack that is said to offer a maximum range of 340 miles on a single charge (WLTP cycle).
The car alongside the Nevera Track could be the upcoming special edition Bugatti. Now, we don’t know much about this car yet. However, it is likely to be powered by the familiar quad-turbo W16 engine. Whether it gets the 1600 hp version remains to be seen. Having said that, the replacement for the Bugatti Chiron is likely to take the hybrid route.
Bugatti Rimac recently has announced a new engineering and design centre, which will be located in Berlin, Germany. This image was part of the press release.