While the upcoming Bugatti Chiron hypercar has already been shown to a number of clients, the general public has absolutely no idea how the Veyron’s successor will look. Whatever the case may be, it will reportedly feature a number of design cues inspired by the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo.
To give us an idea of how the Chiron could look, RM Design has just posted the following rendering utilising a number of elements similar to the Vision Gran Turismo. Compared to the Veyron, the car pictured evidently features bespoke headlights and new air intakes but a similar horseshoe front grille to the Veyron and previous Bugatti models.
However the Veyron’s successor looks, we know that it will be exceptionally potent with Bugatti previously confirming it will be faster and more track friendly than the Veyron.
According to inside sources, the Chiron will feature the same basic quad-turbocharged 8.0-litre W16 engine as the Veyron. However, boost will be increased and at least two of the turbos will be electrically driven units. As a result, the new French hypercar should pump out 1500 hp and consequently be capable of hitting 100 km/h in just over 2 seconds before topping out at over 450 km/h.