Bugatti Project Lydia

Automotive Design 18 Feb 2008
Bugatti Project Lydia

According to recent reports Bugatti has abandoned the so-called "Project Lydia", a high-performace version of the Veyron model. A four-door coupé could be evaluated in the future.


According to the rumors, the Project Lydia was left because the management felt it was too redundant. The high-performance sports car would have a single-seat cockpit, a racing look, about 1,200 hp and an estimated production volume of 70 units with a price of 2,5 million euros.

The name Lydia pays homage to founder Ettore Bugatti’s wife.

Bugatti Project Lydia design sketch Bugatti Project Lydia design sketch

Motor Trend Magazine reports that Bugatti is evaluating a four-door coupé model, powered with a front-mounted engine derived from the Veyron, but the information is yet to be confirmed by the automaker.

(Source: Leftlane News via Autoblog.it)

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