Although it's not an official rendering, this is a fairly accurate illustration of what a future Bugatti Veyron successor could look like.
With the Bugatti Veyron having ended its production run, the supercar automaker is currently working on their next project: the 16C Galibier sedan. And while many are sad to see Bugatti replace their beloved Veyron with something that's not a two-door coupe, there are already some out there speculating about what a direct successor to the Veyron could look like. And thanks to designer Tamas Jakus, such renderings have been created. Calling his visual concept the Ettore, it's named after the founder of the brand, Ettore Arco Isidoro Bugatti.
Basically, his design picks up right where the Veyron left off, while also incorporating styling elements from the 16C Galibier concept. Jakus envisions the Ettore to be powered by the 8.0-liter W16 quad-turbocharged engine that would deliver a grand total of 1,200hp. Top speed could be around 264mph and a 0 to 60mph time of 2.2 seconds. Once again, it would be offered in base, Grand Sport, and Supersport variants. And with the advancement of various lightweight building materials, it would weigh less than the Veyron by around 220 pounds.
We assume the designer would include all of the luxurious interior trimmings Bugatti offers, but again, this is only an unofficial rendering. Bugatti has stated no plans to build a direct Veyron successor as of now. In the meantime, we can look forward to the upcoming 16C Galibier, which Bugatti promises to be the most sophisticated luxury sedan on the world market.