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Bugatti Chiron Racecar Rendering Looks Phenomenal, Reminds Us of Bugatti's Past

When it comes to custom incarnations of hypercars, the aftermarket scene generally doesn't touch a model until its production ends. We've seen that happening with the Bugatti Veyron, but the age in which the fresh Chiron was born means Molsheim's creation couldn't even spend one week in standard form.
Bugatti Chiron Racecar Rendering 1 photo
That's thanks to the rendering above, and while we are talking about a pixel arrangement, this does remind us of Bugatti's past. We're dealing with an image coming from digital artist Yashid Design, who decided to replace the Chiron's factory aura with an open engine compartment that lets us glance at the extreme internal combustion hardware found at the middle of this machine.

This approach makes us wonder whether we're dealing with the next level in terms of rear fascia air circulation, especially when comparing this to one of the wildest posteriors we've seen to date, which happens to belong to the McLaren P1 GTR.

Speaking of which, while both McLaren and Ferrari have developed racecar versions of their halo cars, we wouldn't hold our breath for such a contraption coming from Bugatti.

As we said, the French brand has a rich motorsport history, with the majority of its racing efforts having been made before World War Two. And given the fact that Louis Chiron was a driver who wrote many of those chapters, a melange involving Bugatti's current vehicle and the track would only be natural.

However, the VW Group doesn't seem to have such plans for its crown jewel marque. Sure, the company has shown it can deliver interesting racing results relying on octane behemoths such as the Bentley Continental GT, but, at least for now, Bugatti is doing all too well without any stint on the track.

Oh well, guess we'll just have to stick to the posters of our day and thanks to the effervescence of the internet, don't expect this to be the last extreme Chiron-based rendering you see.

 
 
 
 
 

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