The Veyron successor Chiron spotted in Italy, Not one but 2 at the same time. From the pictures it can be seen that the test mole looks similar to Vision Gran Turismo what Bugatti presented in the Frankfurt Motor Show 2015.
From various report it is said that over 100 Chirons have already been sold. Rumors have it that the Chiron will feature the same W16 engine, but now with the power boosted to around 1,500HP with a top speed of around 290 MPH. Prices suspected to start at £1,600,000. The name of the car comes from the Grand Prix racer born in Monaco, Louis Chiron.
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