Are You The New Bugatti Chiron?


Everyone's talking about the all-new Bugatti.

We already know lots of juicy details about the Veyron successor. Like its daddy, the hotly-anticipated new Bugatti – currently called “Chiron” – will be limited to 450 units and come packing that wonderful W-16 powerplant. But this time, output will be around 1,500 hp thanks to the inclusion of electric turbochargers, with torque rated at 1,100 lb-ft of torque. A ludicrous top speed of 286 mph is being targeted along with a 0-60 mph time of 2.3 seconds. But what will it look like?

That’s something that has been brought a little bit more into focus with recent sightings of the new car. And thanks to Top Speed, we have this awesome rendering to share. Do you think they are on the right lines with the design, or way off the mark?

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