To do so, we’ll need to channel Han Solo, when he said, “I can imagine a lot.”
Many familiar Bugatti cues remain in place, but at the same time Biggins employs racing-style aerodynamic tools such as an extended front splitter beneath the bumper to provide stability at speeds beyond those of the Chiron.
Huge air extracting vents behind the front wheels and a vertical stabilizer fin are other racing cues applied to this proto-Bugatti.
Less functional are the extremely cool exposed spring/shock absorber assemblies, which lend some raw functionality to the concept’s aero-sculpted surfaces.
As an outside project, who knows what Bugatti thinks of Biggins’ proposal, but they should be thinking along the same lines if they want to top today’s Chiron.