The Official release of the Bugatti Veyron successor will be at the 86th Geneva Motor Show in March. What we know about about The Bugatti Chiron is that it is named after the Grand Prix driver Louis Chiron from the 1920s and 1930s. The Chiron is said to still pack the 8-litre, quad turbo W16 engine from the Veyron but will also accommodate a hybrid system that will boost the Chiron to the 1,500bhp level.
Bugatti is already making news with the super exclusive car manufacturer taking 100 orders for the Chiron without anyone even knowing a thing about it. What some have seen are test mule photos of what seem to be the Chiron but no official word from Bugatti. Stay tuned for our Geneva Motor Show coverage in March as the latest hypercar will be unveiled.
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