Bugatti's sucessor to the iconic Veyron — the Chiron — has shown up once again on the road.
The Chiron test mule seen in the picture, clearly shows the facade of the new car including the C shaped air intake and the headlamps that seem to be inspired by the Vision Gran Turismo Concept.
Bugatti has already confirmed that the Chiron will make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2016. The Chiron is rumoured to produce 1500bhp and 1500Nm of torque. Reports claim that the Chiron can attain a top speed of 500 km/h and can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.3 seconds.
Only 500 units of the Chiron will be produced by Bugatti during its production run and 100 units have already been booked.