While many are still waiting eagerly for the hypercar from the house of Bugatti, the manufacturer has already started testing the car. Caught multiple time testing in full camouflage, the next big thing from the Bugatti has been rendered recently by Auto Moto. Reports are that the Bugatti will name the car as the 'Chiron', to give tribute to legendary racing driver, Louis Chiron.
While the renders from the French website Auto-moto are rather subtle over the Veyron, the Chiron will certainly be more aerodynamic in design. And to outshine the record set by Veyron (423 kmph), Chiron ought to be aerodynamic. Large air intakes will cool the W16 engine while a sleeker look will help the car push through air without much effort.
Apart from the exteriors, the website has also rendered the interiors of the car. If the rendering comes anywhere near to the actual design, it will reflect the Bugatti's effort to match performance with luxury. The interiors take many design cues from the Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 Concept. The Chiron may very well receive an exotic leather trim and fully customized materials according to the owner's taste.
It is very clear from the Bugatti's parent company, Volkswagen's aggressive approach that they are not looking below 1500HP, powerful enough to send the car to a top speed of more than 460kmph. To be unveiled in 2016, the hypercar will be manufactured in limited numbers only in the Bugatti’s facility in Molsheim, France.