Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo concept previews the Veyron-replacing Chiron hypercar

Bugatti is the latest automaker to show their futuristic racecar developed for Polyphony Digital’s Gran Turismo 6.

Shown in Frankfurt is the life size version of this digital concept, that is much more than a concept as it also previews the new Bugatti design language, that will debut in the Veyron-replacing Chiron hypercar.

The Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo concept looks futuristic, but there are plenty of influences from iconic models such as the 1936 Type 57 Atlantic and the Type 57 G Tank.

The concept was developed over the course of six months and according to Bugatti the car features, like its design, are realistic.

The concept is powered by a W16 engine working with a four-wheel drive system with a top speed of more than 250mph (400 km/h) on four sections of the virtual Le Mans circuit.

The upcoming Chiron hypercar is expected to debut next March in Geneva with more power and an improved speed compared to the discontinued Veyron.

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