The Bugatti Type 100 by automotive designer Hao Hu draws inspiration from the Chiron with a bespoke body that incorporates some of the automaker’s most iconic design traits. Featuring the familiar horseshoe grille, a pair of thin LED headlights, carbon fiber splitter, an array of huge air intakes, and a low slung roof as well as windows for maximum aerodynamic efficiency. Read more for additional pictures and information.
“As head-turning as the front is, it is perhaps the rear that’s even more impressive. Instead of a window, there’s a big piece of carbon fiber that includes a wide roof scoop and a small sharkfin to help with aerodynamics. Much of the rear is also exposed, allowing for air to exit out of the fascia after it’s passed under and through the body of the car,” according to Car Scoops.