And, as you can make out from this shadowy image, the Bordeaux will get a shooting brake-style body with striking horse shoe-shaped tailights. It also gets a split rear window, complete with a dramatic central brake light and, of course, a prominent Bugatti badge.
Inside there’ll be space for four and although details have yet to be confirmed, the front-engined Bordeaux is expected to share the Veyron’s 8.0-litre quad-turbo W16.
Giving the same 987bhp and 1,250Nm of torque, it should take the car from 0-60mph in three seconds and on to 250mph, making this the world’s fastest four-seater.
Source: Auto Express