By on October 18, 2010

If Aston can rebadge a Toyota city car, why shouldn’t VW let Bugatti or Lamborghini make its own “yach tender” version of this forthcoming VW Up? In addition to VW, Seat, and Skoda versions, VW has already said that even Audi will get a crack at this boxy wee beastie… so why not shoot the moon with a Bugatti Petit Sport Sang de Navet?

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3 Comments on “Future Bugatti City Car Caught Testing...”


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    The Flex and the Dodge Idontreallycare are rentals? We’re sure this Beatty NV spotted vehicle is a VW? This is one aspect of cars I don’t understand at all. When can I get into the Up Nanobus?

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    OldandSlow

    Sometimes just because you can – it isn’t necessarily wise to go there.  Mondeos sold as Jaguars comes to mind.

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    I can’t read German. Is there any actual reason to think this is a Bugatti? Or even a VW product? (The chase cars are rather ostentatiously not VW products, and the test is obviously somewhere in the US southwest, either of which might or might not be a clue.)


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