If you have been wondering when we finally get to see the Bugatti Veyron replacement official unveiled, then it will be during the 2016 Geneva motor show in March. We hope to see the many Chiron questions answered, such as its price, top speed, specs and pretty much everything else.
However, the biggest burning question is whether the Bugatti Chiron will make use of a hybrid powertrain like that of the Ferrari LaFerrari and McLaren P1? You would like to think so, as there is no denying how beneficial they are in helping to improve overall performance. Ok, so we know there is a trade-off with weight, but the benefits do outweigh the negatives here – especially with how well the power is delivered.
While we have seen what appears to be the Chiron out on test drives, Bugatti has been very quiet on its new model. We had assumed that its release would be detailed a little, seeing as though VW money is used to build these vehicles, and so it is very good news to know its unveil will happen in just four months time.
Two Bugatti Chiron prototypes were recently spotted, although you don’t get to see enough of the vehicles to see how closely its design resembles the Vision Gran Turismo concept car.
Only 450 units are said to be built, and 100 have already been ordered, and are filling up fast. We presume that a lot of you with that kind of money (even if we have yet to learn the Bugatti Chiron price) are waiting to see just what this new model has to offer by way of styling, performance and technology.
Here is an insight into why the name Chiron has been chosen.