Bugatti Chiron Off-Road Edition

Oct 17, 2018

Category: Rides

Automotive digital artist Rain Prisk is no stranger to insane concepts. In fact, the Estonian designer has envisioned some of the wildest repurposed vehicles we’ve ever seen. But this one, a Bugatti Chiron 4×4, might just be his most over-the-top concept car yet.

We’re pretty sure the designers at Bugatti never intended for the Chiron to go off-road — evidenced by its super-low ground clearance and monstrous track-friendly 1,500-horsepower rating. But that didn’t stop Prisk from giving it a beefed-up off-road suspension, massive all-terrain tires, and a roof rack to boot. The imaginary build also appears to have a whole complement of undercarriage armor and a front-end winch (to get the driver out of any sticky situations). This might be the most absurd and opulent overlander ever imagined, but that doesn’t mean we don’t want to get behind the wheel and take her to task.

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