Bugatti's first EV is an 18mph electric scooter | Autocar

Bugatti's first EV is an 18mph electric scooter. Yes, really:

1/18/2022 7:00:00 AM

Bugatti's first EV is an 18mph electric scooter. Yes, really:

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Back to topBugatti and Bytech have also fitted the machine with a number of design features. There are dual-turn signals, with indicators positioned on the handle grips and rear mudguard, with illuminated base lights along the side. There is also an ‘EB’ emblem projection logo and rear E-ABS anti-lock brakes.

At present, the Bugatti scooter is only intended for the US market, and the firm has revealed no pricing details of it yet. There are no plans to offer it in the UK, where it isillegal to use privately owned e-scooters on public roads.Rimac took control of Bugatti from the Volkswagen Group last year, and work has already begun on the long-running French's brands first all-electric model, part of a range of EV hypercars the two firms will launch in the coming years.

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View all latest drives Back to top Bugatti and Bytech have also fitted the machine with a number of design features. There are dual-turn signals, with indicators positioned on the handle grips and rear mudguard, with illuminated base lights along the side. There is also an ‘EB’ emblem projection logo and rear E-ABS anti-lock brakes. At present, the Bugatti scooter is only intended for the US market, and the firm has revealed no pricing details of it yet. There are no plans to offer it in the UK, where it is illegal to use privately owned e-scooters on public roads . Rimac took control of Bugatti from the Volkswagen Group last year, and work has already begun on the long-running French's brands first all-electric model, part of a range of EV hypercars the two firms will launch in the coming years. READ MORE