Bugatti CEO Wolfgang Dürheimer has revealed new details about the upcoming Galibier.
Speaking with Car & Driver, Dürheimer said the model is currently under development and could be launched before or after the Veyron successor.
He also revealed it will be "faster than anything on the market," possibility offering top speeds in excess of 235 mph (378 km/h). When asked about the engine, Dürheimer said it would develop "over 1000 hp (746 kW / 1014 PS)." However, the magazine thinks the output will be closer to 1400 hp (1044 kW / 1419 PS).
The car's styling and specification are still in flux, but the executive hinted it will have "innovative ideas that are a first in the automotive business as a whole."