Along with the obvious genes from the current Veyron, the Bugatti Renaissance Design Concept throws in some touches of the Audi R8 and some serious styling. John Mark Vicente, a graduate of the Communication Design program at the Emily Carr University, has come up with some ideas of his own.
Bugatti Supercars Renaissance
Bugatti Renaissance design by Canadian graduate of the Communication Design program at the Emily Carr University, John Mark Vicente. Look like it’s same with Bugatti Veyron Supercar, but it’s his proposal for next supercar from Bugatti. Come with Veyron, 16-cylinder, but it’s still concept car.
He likes to believe that it might look something like these pictures below. He has named his conceptual proposal the ‘Bugatti Renaissance‘. The concept builds on the features of the 16-cylinder super car.
As of now Bugatti has no plans to deliver a successor to the magnificent Bugatti Veyron (and it is safe to say, it might be the last item on their minds). However, if they ever decide to do so, we certainly think they should consult John Mark Vicente. From the very first glance, the model looks impressive and breathtaking, completely worthy of taking the title of successor of the one of the most famous super cars of all time.
Released as the fastest and costliest car when it hit the market, the impressive Veyron was an absolute stunner. Equipped with an 8.0 litre W16 engine delivering an incredible 1001 horses, Veyron had a top speed of 408.5 kmph (253.8 mph). It catapulted from standstill to 100kmph in just 2.5 seconds and cost above 1.55 million U.S. dollars. Ofcourse, in later years Veyron had to give up both the titles but, when and if, the VW Group owned company releases a successor to the Veyron, we are sure it will regain both of these titles.