Maranello, Stuttgart, and now Zagreb. The Croatian capital is now home to the newly formed Bugatti-Rimac. A joint venture with Porsche, the new company will leverage each of the brand's strengths, combining Bugatti's expertise and heritage with Rimac's engineering innovations in the EV space. Led by Rimac founder Mate Rimac, the two brands will continue to operate independently, producing models like the Chiron at Bugatti's home of Molsheim, France, as well as the Rimac Nevera in the outskirts of Zagreb, Croatia. The $230 million-dollar Bugatti Rimac global HQ will open in 2023, hosting 2,500 employees, who we imagine will continue to push the performance envelope even further with vehicles that will set the bar for high-performance luxury for years to come.
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