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It appears that Bugatti has begun development on the next generation of their Veyron supercar, as two Veyron mules were spotted by our spy photographers lapping the Nürburgring last week. While we could speculate as to what Bugatti’s engineers have up their sleeves, it’s simply too early to tell. What we do know is that the car will be even more powerful than the outgoing model, and due to regulations and current trends in the supercar arena, could utilize some sort of hybrid technology.
The white Veyron appears to be outfitted with some sort of frame over the engine which looks to be structural, and wired for telemetry. The black and brown Veyron looks like more of a production vehicle, except for what appears to be a new wheel, possibly a variation of those which come on Grand Vitesse models. Also of note is the bodywork, which looks to have slightly widened fenders and the roofline of a Super Sport.
Take a look at the photos below and let us know what you think could be in the works.