For a while we've been asking the question of what Bugatti would do to surpass its aging Veyron model. Finally, at Geneva this year Bugatti gave us their answer - the Chiron. When it launched a decade ago, the Veyron was a technical tour-de-force with some very large numbers. The Chiron looks to continue that legend with some even larger numbers - a W16 engine outputting just shy of 1500hp and a 0-60 time of less than 2.5 seconds. The designers have admitted that the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo that did the rounds last year was secretly a direct sneak preview of the Chiron, which a number of people - myself included - suspected might be the case. Just 500 examples will be produced, but only 150 have been sold so far, so if you want one, there's still time to get your order in. Be prepared for the other number that's gotten larger, though, as the price is now a wallet-crippling 2.4 million Euros, or £1.9 million.