Making its way to the Frankfurt motor show later this month, Bugatti has revealed its Vision Gran Turismo project in pictures. The Vision Gran Turismo project includes 28 auto manufactures and is a brain child of a serial creator Kazunori Yamauchi. It was announced in 2013 when he showcased his plan for a dream two-seat sportscar. Earlier this week, Hyundai also teased images of its N 2025 Vision Gran Turismo concept project before its unveiling at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.
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The Concept is clearly based on Bugatti's future design philosophy which was earlier spotted on the Chiron, Bugatti’s replacement of the Veyron, which was spotted a few weeks ago. The car features new larger bumpers, four circular headlamps in the headlight cluster and a more prominent Bugatti grill with the automaker's logo. Inside the car, Bugatti had gone with a futuristic racing setup with a new steering wheel and a fully digital instrument console. The rear end of the car features a large concave spoiler, a long sleek brake light and 4 in-line exhaust tips.
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Bugatti, on the design said “the new form and design language developed by the brand to celebrate the next chapter in its history following the end of the Veyron era." Achim Anscheidt, Bugatti design head while announcing their Vision Gran Turismo said “Bugatti’s design DNA has reached a new stage in its evolution. In view of the nature of the project, our concept car for ‘Vision Gran Turismo’ will be exaggerated and extremely performance-oriented.” Last of the Veyron, The La Finale special edition was seen at the 2014 Geneva motor show and marked the end of production for the legend.
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