Unveiled at Frankfurt, the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo previews a number of styling and aerodynamic elements of the Veyron’s successor. With this in mind, designer Alexander Imnadze has decided to take some of the key design traits from the Vision GT and turn them into a unique Bugatti coupe.
Not created as an interpretation of the upcoming Bugatti Chiron, the car rendered instead provides a look at how a less radical Bugatti coupe could look if it were ever created. At the front, it features the French marque’s traditional horseshoe front grille as well as headlights clearly reflective of those from the Gran Turismo 6 concept.
Other key design elements of the car include a single taillight unit stretching the widh of the rear-end as well as a simple glass rear window which reminds us of the Bugatti Galibier concept.
Imnadze has dubbed his creation the Type-6 GT Vision and it certainly looks quite good and is unmistakably a Bugatti.