After those spy shots, the Bugatti Chiron prototypes have been caught again, but this time on video… and, finally, we can see the front fascia of the Veyron’s successor.
The short video by Auto Bild shows two prototypes — the rear end of one and the front of another. As Bugatti said when launched the Bugatti Vision GT, the concept created for the Gran Turismo series represents the new design language of the brand… and here we see explicit on the Chiron, all those details (or almost) we saw on the Vision GT when it came to life at IAA 2015 on September 14th.
Of course, the new Veyron will not be that extreme, but as we have seen before, the new Chiron will, basically, be a mix of the Veyron that everybody know with its track-only counterpart, the Vision GT.
The front facia of the Chiron — at least of these prototypes — is, as I said, a mix of the Veyron and Vision GT. We can see those new shapes on the bonnet, but neither the air vent nor the fin like the Vision GT are present.
The headlights are similar to the Vision GT, but without those four separated LEDs. Of course, the horseshoe grille is there, while on the bottom of the front bumper we see two air intakes with splitters like the Bugatti Veyron SS/Vitesse.
The rear end is similar to the Vision GT, but without that insane rear wing, the thin taillight and those four exposed tailpipes in the center. Instead, we see an active rear wing and tail lights less futuristic, while the tailpipes are positioned at the bottom.
At the sides, as we know, the Chiron has the horseshoe shape like the Bugatti Vision GT and, too, normal mirrors.
Well, see the beast with your own eyes in the video below… Make sure to leave your comments with your thoughts about the Veyron’s successor and feel free to subscribe to our newsletter for more stuff like this.