TheSupercarBlog was able to obtain information relating to the new car, and it appears that this is going to be a different angle for Bugatti. Named the Chiron R, instead of pursuing outright top speed, the new car is going to be more handling focused, possibly even track focused.
If the car has a fully tuned aerodynamics package, as well as new bespoke tires from longtime partner Michelin, the Chiron R could be a track attack hypercar that dreams are made of. Adjustable suspension would almost certainly be included, however set up for more direct and immediate handling over road comfort.
As well, if you look closely at the front air intake on the left of the picture below, there is a tow hook barely visible behind the car cover, something only track specific models usually have!
No news has emerged as to which engine the car will have, but speculation points to the mill from the standard Chiron instead of the Chiron Super Sport 300+. “Standard” being used generously here, as it still a quad-turbocharged, 8.0L W16 beast that produces 1,500 HP.