Car designer Cole Kessel asked artificial intelligence (AI) to design the next Bugatti.
The result is outstanding – all these different models look like they were designed by Bugatti themselves.
The AI came up with different takes on the new Bugatti.
At the front, they all have Bugatti’s signature grille but different types of headlights.
However, some models have more modern, streamlined versions of the LED lights you’d find in a Chiron, while others have lights that are recessed into the front bumper.
The front diffuser is more pronounced, as is the muscular hood.
Another design characteristic they all have in common is the low, wide stance, and the massive wing at the back.
In some cases, the wing is a single-piece spoiler, while other versions have a two-part wing.
Some models have traditional wing mirrors, while other versions have camera mirrors, or no mirrors at all.
We don’t know when the Bugatti Chiron successor will be unveiled – some are saying next year – but we’re sure it’s going to look like a ‘proper’ Bugatti.
Furthermore – and more importantly – we also know it should still be powered by a gas engine.
A form of electrification is to be expected, but even so, the next Bugatti should come with cylinders and pistons.
We also expect it to develop even more power than the Chiron, i.ee over 1,600 horsepower.
Crucially, it is also going to be more expensive than ever.
And with a starting price of $3 million, it’s not like the Bugatti Chiron is cheap.