It is a bit difficult to tell apart the two, because they both rely on similar parts.
But one of the most common and often cited reasons for buying a car like a Bugato is because of the alternator, or alternator belt.
The alternator uses electricity to heat and cool the engine, and the belt cools the engine as well.
Basic cars are the ones with an engine that can run on a single battery, but in the future it may be possible to replace that engine with a car battery.
The car battery itself can be bought separately, but the alternators and belt are very common, so buying a basic car is the easiest way to get a car that will run on electricity alone.
If you want to get into the more complex parts of car maintenance—the maintenance that goes beyond the basics—then you will want to look at the Bugatti Carrera.
It has the most sophisticated alternator in the Bugato line, as well as the most advanced alternator belts.
What’s more, if you’re buying a Bugata, you’ll be paying $20,000 or more for a Bugatas basic car, while a Bugetta is $5,000 cheaper.
A Bugatti Bugatti (above) has a high-performance engine that allows it to run on its own, but it has an internal combustion engine that also powers the wheels and tires.
If you want the best of both worlds, this car is for you.