Bugatti SUV Rendered Ridiculous by Autemo

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A Bugatti SUV has been speculatively rendered; looks Veyron-esque.

The Bugatti Veyron was a game-changer on several levels and while the world waits with bated breath for the eventual release of their next product, assumed to be a sedan, artist Christer Stormark has thrown his hat into the proverbial ring with a rendering of his own. The Bugatti SUV features a Veyron-esque front-end with rear suicide doors. Bugatti already claims the fastest production car in the world and the fastest convertible in the world.

The Vitesse Roadster utilized the Veyron SuperSports' guts for a ridiculous 1,200hp and 1,106 lb-ft of torque from a 7.9-liter W16. That means a 255mph top speed for a convertible. Imagine if the French company decided to turn their attentions toward an SUV and complete a hat trick of speed records... the end result could be incredible. Check it out for yourself and let us know what you think about the possible Bugatti SUV.

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