Bugatti is all about high-performance automobiles. Every vehicle with the Bugatti mark on it often comes with visual enhancements and under-the-hood alterations designed to satisfy the desire for greater power and speed.
For example, Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ is the quickest Bugatti ever constructed, with a top speed of 304.773 mph (490.484 km/h). It is a limited run edition with only 30 units available. When the carmaker doesn't have inspiration for new concepts, you may always rely on other talented designers.
Bugatti La Voiture Grise is a collection of illustrations depicting a brand-new car with the brand's distinctive design on the front and innovative styling on the backside.
At first sight, Yosuke Yamada's digital creation, which he shared on Instagram, appears to be a hybrid of the Chiron and the La Voiture Noire (hence the name La Voiture Grise, in the first place). However, there are some significant variations to be aware of.
While the front look is reminiscent of a Bugatti, with headlights inspired by the Chiron, the car's tail end is distinctive from every viewpoint. It generally focuses on the La Voiture Noire, but it seems to be a front-engine type, while Bugatti's one-off hypercar has a mid-mounted powertrain.
This is a shape that mixes a classic Bugatti front end with some atypical rear styling, which the French hypercar builder might not be too thrilled about. To put it another way, this appears promising, but don't hope for something like this to materialize soon.