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Bugatti SUV design has the internet dreaming and saying ‘game over’

We just wish it was real
  • The AI concept car had the comment section fall in love with it
  • It was made by a virtual artist, Cole Kessel
  • The image was created with Midjourney and Photoshop‘s generative AI tool

Published on Apr 7, 2024 at 7:07PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 8, 2024 at 7:34PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Siddharth Dudeja

An artificial intelligence (AI) render of a Bugatti SUV has the entire internet wishing it was real.

If the luxury automaker ever decides to release an SUV, it would easily sit in a tier above all of the other ultra-luxury super-SUVs.

We can only dream.

Until then, take a look at these hyper-realistic AI renders of the imagined Bugatti SUV.

READ MORE! Bugatti CEO teases the Chiron V16 hybrid hypercar follow-up with new video

This is certainly not the first time that AI has predicted what the next Bugatti might look like.

Last year, Car designer Cole Kessel asked AI to design the next Bugatti, and the results were surprising.

Similarly, Cole Kessel, who is a virtual artist, uses AI as his ‘creative outlet’, making his digital images indistinguishable from real cars.

His latest project imagines what a Bugatti SUV would look like — and it looks amazing!

The supercar manufacturer is currently working on a successor for the Bugatti Chiron.

So many people in the comment section were hoping that an SUV from the brand was a hypothetical ‘leak’ for a new hypercar.

Unfortunately, a Bugatti SUV seems to be out of the question judging, by the low profile of the teased Chiron successor.

This is not the first time that the company has passed on an ambitious design.

In the past, the supercar brand decided against the Bugatti Veyron Barchetta concept car, as it was several years ahead of its time.

Judging from the reactions in the comments, people would love to see a real-life Bugatti SUV.

It is not the first time that we have seen some amazing car designs generated by AI.

So here’s an overview of what the future of cars looks like, according to AI.

Hopefully, someone on the company’s executive team will take a look at the viral post and pitch an SUV

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