For instance, this is what happened with a Chiron whose owner turned to British specialist Oakley Design while aiming for an update.
So, what can you do until Molsheim comes up with a successor for the Chiron? Well, for one thing, you could use the renderings we have here to help time pass quicker.
The pixel play comes from Timothy Adry Emmanuel, but we have to keep in mind that the digital artist released this back in April, way before the automotive producer introduced the Super Sport incarnation of the Chiron.
In fact, if you take a closer look at this virtual contraption, you'll notice it can be summarized as the Bugatti Vision GT minus the massive rear aero. Speaking of which, I'll remind you the Vision GT now sits in a collector's garage, sharing this with at least one other Bugatti.
Meanwhile in the real world, Chiron Sport owners are taking delivery of their machines, while Bugatti prepares to also deliver the first examples of the Divo.
And the process results in memorable pieces of eye candy reaching our world. For instance, we've recently discussed the Bugatti Chiron Sport Zebra. The livery of the machine, which involves blue graphics over a black base, resembles that of the Saphir Bleu Veyron SS. And no, the two aren't owned by the same aficionado.
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