Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron

Bugatti decided to steadily follow the concept put in Veyron – as a result, Chiron arose, and many were happy with that. However, the brand had some other ideas before making such decision.

Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron

Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron

Alsatian carmaker considered creation of a sedan with front engine that was initially called Galibier, but then commercial production started under the Royale name (reference to luxury sedan Type 41 of 1920s and 30s). What if the company goes another path?

Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron

Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron

The photos demonstrate the creation of Palestinian designer Arthur Nustasa. He has developed design for Porsche 939. Nustasa view borrowed many elements from one of the most famous Bugatti desgins – Type 57 Atlantic (4 cars were made, with 3 managed to survive).

Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron

Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron

The design by Arthru Nustasa combines elements of the Atlantic and modern features of the Chiron, resulting in Gran Tourer that can beat Ferrari 812 Superfast and Rolls-Royce Wraith.

Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron

Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron

The hood is almost comically long, and we are yet to understand the trend of the modern designers to eliminate side windows. Nevertheless, the concept of the Palestinian designer looks amazing both inside and outside. It could become a good analogue or successor for Chiron, if Bugatti chooses that way.

Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron

Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron

Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron

Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron

Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron

Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron

Gran Tourer Bugatti – possible successor of Chiron
100%  |  595  |  Jul 20, 2017
Back
Forward
Close