Independent designer Evren Milano has had another go at predicting the looks the Bugatti Veyron successor, which we know for a fact is in under development. Evren has used the Veyron as the base for his work and gave it various futuristic styling details.
So Milano’s Bugatti Veyron successor features completely new headlights and bumpers, along with uniquely styled air intakes and side panels, as well as wings and wheels. The thing is, this is just pure imagination. There are no facts supporting the cues you see here. Not that they look bad. In fact we like this rendering a great deal. But the real new Bugatti, probably called EB111, may look totally different.
What is more important the looks though is what lies under the bonnet, or rather the boot, since the car will undoubtedly be mid-engined. The word on the street is the Bugatti Veyron successor will feature a kind of hybrid powertrain that will make the systems in the LaFerrari and McLaren P1 look like food blender motors. People with inside information keep repeating 1,500 horsepower as the power output of the magical new Bugga. We shall soon find out if that really is the case.
Via EvrenMilanoBugatti Veyron Successor Speculatively Rendered,