The side profile view clearly shows the signature “inverse-C” design, which starts from the bottom of the driver side wheel, curves as the edge of the air intake, and ends at the A-pillar. It is a more fluid design feature, especially in comparison to the Veyrons of the past. Before, the intake appeared as a separate element from the rest of the car. On the Chiron, it almost looks like the intake begins at the A-pillar and can actually handle a larger volume of air for the intake.
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