The elusive Bugatti Chiron was spotted in Lavis, Italy without camouflage, just a sleek matte black paint job. For those who have seen in the Vision GT concept, you'll see that many styling cues were borrowed from the design concept. The side profile sports the same elliptical crease, along with the much cleaner roof line leading into a new rear end. Unfortunately, this person was not able to catch it on video. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
RC82 Workchop shows us what happens when the Bugatti Veyron meets classic VW Beetle in his latest project, titled "Bugatti Veyron 1945". The Polish digital artist incorporated all of the classic design cues found in Volkswagen's original Beetle, from the deep-dish steel wheels and bug eyes, to the window frames as well as the exterior door hinges, onto the Bugatti Veyron's familiar hypercar shape. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the coolest modular bookshelves you'll see today.
The Bugatti Chiron will most likely be unveiled at the LA Auto Show next month, but "jmvdesign" gives us a glimpse at what the company's next hypercar could look like. From what we know, it will boast a quad-turbocharged (electronically driven for minimal turbo lag) W-16 engine that's expected to generate 1,500-horsepower and 1,100 lb-feet of torque, enabling it to go from 0-to-62-mph in under 2.5-seconds, with a top speed of 286mph. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing an insane traffic jam near Beijing, China.
Created by Italian designer Alan Guerzoni, the stunning 12.4 Atlantique Grand Sport draws inspiration from the 1935 Bugatti Type 57 Grand Raid Roadster and open-top Type 57T Tourer. Featuring an electric-powered, fold-away carbon fiber roof, forged lightweight wheels, and a twin turbocharged 650-horsepower V12 engine, paired with a 200-horsepower electric motor. Continue reading for more pictures.
The team at Magazin ProDriver CZ managed to capture the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo during the arduous transportation process from the backstage area a Volkswagen Night to the Frankfurt Motor Show. The coolest part is that you're able to hear the monstrous force-fed W16 motor rumble away. In comparison to the Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse, the Vision GT's W16 quad-turbo motor sounds richer, almost as if it is announcing that the best is yet to come. Continue reading for two more videos and additional information.
Unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show, the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo has a design inspired by the marquee's victorious Le Mans racers of the 1930s, namely the Bugatti Type 57 Tank, and is powered by a quad-turbocharged 8.0L W-16 engine, capable of hitting 250 mph at no less than four sections of the famous Le Mans track. On the inside, there are two displays for the driver - one on the steering wheel showing vital vehicle information, and the second, located on the steering column, that combines the images from three cameras mounted on the exterior of the vehicle to provide the driver with a better view of the outside world. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of street magician David Blaine performing crazy tricks for Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul.
The Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo is definitely a sight to behold, and it will be officially unveiled at the Frankfurt Motorshow later this month. Besides boasting a 1,400-plus-horsepower engine, it features the iconic 'horse shoe' front grille, 'eight-eyed' LED headlights, and the center fin, employed in two versions - one on the front and rear wings and the other running the length of the roof. "We wanted to develop a virtual race car for our fans which is a genuine Bugatti down to the last detail and radiates the unrestricted values of the brand,. We hope that the gamers will have just as much fun racing the car as we did in developing it," said the design team. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral parody video of Neil deGrasse Tyson's Cosmos.
Paulo Czyzewski first created the Legarto Invisum, and now he unveils his latest project, the Bugatti Gangloff. Based on the Bugatti Veyron, the name Gangloff comes from the French coach-builder that created a special custom version of the Type 57 S/C Atalante in 1938. Cyzewski said: "In times of commercial trash and plastic, it is hard to see something that has a soul and is able to squeeze out a positive mark on the heart." Continue reading for more pictures.
The Bugatti Chiron may only be months away from its official unveiling, but the final production Veyron is still making waves online. Based on the Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse, the La Finale features dark carbon fiber accented front wing panels, doors and side intakes while the rest is a deep red carbon fiber. Inside, you'll find a "Hot Spur" leather and cream upholstery. It's still powered bye the same monstrous 8.0L W16 engine that generates 1,183-horsepower and an insane 1,106 pound-feet of torque, with a blistering 267.8 mph top speed. Continue reading for a video and more information.
Here's a first look at the purported Veyron successor, codenamed "Chiron". This $2.5-million hypercar will be powered by an 8.0L W-16 engine with direct injection, increased boost pressure, and at least two of its four turbochargers electrically powered, boosting output from 1200-horsepower to 1500-horsepower and 1106 lb-ft of torque, paired with a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic. Chassis wise, the existing Veyron's carbon-fiber structure remains, but is modified to reduce weight. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing just how difficult it is to eat with a cat around.