Coming after the Veyron is Bugatti’s new Chiron hypercar. Modeled closely to the Bugatti Vision GT, the Chiron bears a resemblance to the overall style of the Veyron, but is a brand new car in itself. Its sharp new lines blend with the curves we know and love from the French automaker to create a car that will go down in automotive history books.
As of today, Bugatti hasn’t officially revealed the Chiron, but they have confirmed the name. Our best look yet comes from Tim Wolke, who filmed two of the car’s prototypes roaming the streets with a Porsche 918 Spyder, Lamborghini Huracan, Bugatti Veyron Super Sport WRC and a BMW i8.
In this video, we get up close and personal with what looks like a Chiron test mule wearing barely any camouflage at all. We also get to hears its engine, which is reported to launch the car up to 288 mph and cost $2.5 million.
Check out the video below to see the Chiron for yourself.
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