This drawing, obtained by IndianAutosBlog, is understood to have been shown to guests during a dinner in Dubai, hinting at what’s to come.
Although the artwork offers only a stylised view of the car, Bugatti has highlighted the long wave-like shape through the centre of the low-slung car, as seen on its recent Vision Gran Turismo concept.
A vehicle believed to be a prototype for the Chiron was spied in full black trim earlier this month, wearing the same crescent cut but with slight differences elsewhere.
Bugatti is expected to unveil its next-generation successor to the Veyron in 2016, with March’s Geneva motor show standing out as the most popular possibility.
Reports suggest the Chiron will be driven by an overhauled version of the Veyron’s running gear, including a dramatically enhanced take on its 8.0-litre W16 engine producing upwards of 1100kW.