Supercar powerhouse, Bugatti, has finally released the first images of what the next-generation Bugatti Veyron is going to look like. For years now, we’ve only had one image in our heads of what a Bugatti looks like, but today, we’ve been introduced to something far more advanced. The Veyron gets more than a facelift with its sleek new body design, cutting edge exterior features and style accents.
Wider and longer, with a more swept back profile and aggressive air intakes, the tighter, more muscular lines will match the improved 8.0-liter quad-turbo W16 engine’s output figures that will almost certainly have to make the same sort of statement the original Veyron did when it broke cover in 2005. – CarBuzz
The new hood vent designs are what stood out to us, as well as the newly designed rear spoiler. The headlights are now LED light strips, which make the Veyron look that much more stunning than it usually does. Oh, and in case you’re wondering, it isn’t going to be a $1 million car anymore. It’s going to run you about $7.7 million. $1 million now sounds like a couple of dollars. Not only did the Veyron get a sick redesign, but the price tag did, too!