Just before the start of the Geneva Motor Show, Bugatti has released a teaser for a model that is set to go on display at the show. From the look of things, it appears to be nothing more than a Chiron, albeit a peculiar-looking one.

In the 15-second clip, we are shown many familiar features of the Chiron, including its four-pod headlights, engine bay and the retractable rear wing. However, there’s also a shot of the vehicle’s four separate exhaust pipes, which differs from the regular car’s twin setup.

The teaser video is titled Further Shaping Our Category, and could be a preview for an improved Chiron. Likely upgrades include the company’s new 3D-printed titanium calipers that are 40% lighter than a forged aluminium alloy equivalent.

The ‘Super Sport’ name is being tossed around quite a bit in relation to this, which could see an upgrade to the car’s 8.0 litre W16 engine from 1,500 PS to a projected 1,700 PS.

A higher output will likely be necessary in the company’s pursuit of securing the title of world’s fastest production car, beating out the likes of Hennessey and Koenigsegg. The Chiron has yet to set a speed run, and is currently being advertised with a limited top speed of 420 km/h.

We’ll have to wait until the Geneva Motor Show to see what Bugatti has in store, but whatever it is, it should be pretty exciting.

GALLERY: Bugatti Chiron