It is not yet clear whether Volkswagen will green light the production of more variants of the Bugatti Chiron. But if they do, we will first get the drop-top Grand Sport, and then this, the Bugatti Chiron SuperSport. This rendering shows what the range-topping Chiron might look like.
Inspired by its predecessor the Veyron SS, the designer of this Bugatti Chiron SuperSport has substantially altered the looks of the car by employing new aero features around the front and sides of the car, and borrowing the giant rear wing of the Chiron GranTursimo for the back. While this may look a bit too spicy for an actual production car, there is a good chance the real thing might end up needing all this elaborate features on account of the kind of power it is going to have.
Again, judging by the difference between the regular Veyron and its SuperSport variant, and taking into account the 1,500 horsepower output of the regular Chiron, one would imagine the Bugatti Chiron SuperSport should get at least 1,700 horsepower. And when you have that kind of firepower you are going to need a rear wing that big to keep the car from flying off into the horizon everytime you press the gas pedal.