Bugatti Veyron interior shown for illustration purpose, only.
The Bugatti Veyron, apart from being the fastest production road car, also had one of the best interiors. With the imminent arrival of its much-awaited successor – the Bugatti Chiron, the stakes have been raised. We have seen some exterior renderings of the Chiron, but the interior has so far eluded us. Not anymore. A certain image has come up on the interweb and gives us a glimpse of how the cabin might look like. The cockpit of the Veyron wasn’t exactly a barn, but the new Bugatti seems to merge classic design and technology seamlessly. So without further ado, here’s your chance to have a look inside this multimillion euro hypercar.
There seems to be loads of leather, metal, wood, glass… We miss anything?
Although this is just a computer rendering of the Chiron’s cockpit, you can bet to see most of this on the real hypercar. After all, the Molsheim-based company won’t be sparing any expense in the construction of this all-conquering king of speed. The rendering also shows the presence of a large digital (touchscreen?) floating panel which apparently houses the navigation display. Even the instrument console seems to have received the digital touch and looks really suave. It is also flanked by two retro-styled aircon vents. The gear lever is finished off in wood and metal, underlying which is a revised 7-speed dual-clutch transmission.
The Chiron will weigh less than the Veyron and be more aerodynamic.
As it is with most premium luxury cars these days, the Bugatti Chiron will have customisable interior. If you are someone who can afford to buy a Bugatti, chances are that you’d want your personal touches to reflect within this cabin. As was the case with the Bugatti Veyron, expect crazy levels of attention to detail on every square centimetre of this cabin. On the power front, the expected 8.0-litre W16 engine shall be retained, but the boffins at Bugatti will make sure that it churns out no less than 1500bhp! The Chiron will also be lighter than its predecessor. It will be capable of speeds of over 460 km/h and will easily cost €2 million. Reports suggest that Bugatti may unveil the Chiron in late 2015/early 2016. Let us know what you think about the cockpit of the upcoming Bugatti Chiron.
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