Photo credit: Invisive
The sleek Bugatti Type 103 concept by Invisive draws inspiration from the Bugatti Type 35. Winning 1,000 races in its time, the Type 35 took the Grand Prix World Championship in 1926 after winning 351 races and setting 47 records in the two prior years. At its peak, it averaged 14 race wins per week. This sleek concept may not be designed to win races, but it definitely looks the part, and has plenty of curves to back the hypercar up.
Think of the Type 103 concept as a tuned Chiron, as it was dsigned, modeled, and rendered over a week-long project timeline. No powerplant was mentioned, but the original Type 35, introduced at the Grand Prix of Lyon on August 3, 1924, used an evolution of the three-valve 2.0 L (1991 cc/121 in³) overhead cam straight-eight engine first seen on the Type 29 that could rev to 6,000 rpm and generated 90 hp.