New video emerges showing a pair of Bugatti Chiron mules on a small country road, giving us the chance to take a good look at the Veyron successor’s front end.
It seems that Bugatti is not really that good at keeping their Chiron mules away from spotters and spy photographers. The short video clip, uploaded by German Auto Bild TV, starts with the rear end of the first prototype again, featuring a huge diffuser, quad exhausts and a big spoiler on top.
For the first time though we can clearly observe the front end of the new Bugatti as the second mule was caught between a stone wall and a lumber-carrying truck, exiting slowly out of the tight spot.
We can clearly see that there is a new, more prominent horse-shoe grille inspired by the Vision GT concept and a pair of what looks like LED headlights, giving the new Bugatti way more attitude that its predecessor.
Reports are talking about a total of 1,500hp coming out of the quad-turbo W16 engine which will allow the new Bugatti to reach 62mph from naught (0-100km/h) in under 2 seconds and onto a top speed ridiculous enough to bring the title of the fastest production car of the planet back to them.