Chances are that most gearheads will take one look at the Bugatti Intruder concept and cry foul. That's perfectly fair and doesn't take anything away from automotive designer Narendra Singh Chhetri's work. It's just that the idea of the world's premier supercar company making a two-door hatchback is a bit tough to get behind.
That being said the Bugatti Intruder concept does very much resemble the company's most recent supercars, the Chiron and Veyron. The side intakes, vents, and even the roof lights are all nods to the French company's ridiculously powerful and pricey creations. This concept car seems to be designed more as a "what if" and faces an uphill battle (think a 90-degree hill) of ever seeing production in any form. Still, crossovers are king nowadays in the auto industry which means that at least from a financial standpoint the Bugatti Intruder concept makes sense. Sort of.
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