2014 Bugatti 12.4 Atlantique Concept car by Alan Guerzoni, visualizing the future of Bugatti cars, if it had been still in Italy.
This is the designer’s explanation:
Bugatti Veyron in an amazing supercar and technically could one of best of in the World, but in my opinion there’s a lack of passion. My question is: what if, 15 years ago, just after the EB110, Bugatti Automobili has been rested in Italy? This is the result, a future projected car inspired to an important ancestor: 1935 Type 57sc Atlantic coupe
This is a coupe inspired to 1930s streamline design, so has suicide doors, fenders separated from body, a very long bonnet, a low and aerodinamic tail, bi-color livery and a chrome line that splits the full body in two symmetrical halves. Lights use led technology. Third stop light is mounted on a fin on the roof. On top of each front fender is mounted a chromed fin: frontally it hosts signal lights, at the opposite a rear view camera that replaces side view mirrors. Materials used for cockpit are top quality leather, mahogany, aluminum and carbon fiber. In renderings you can see two different exterior trims:
- “Sport”, with 8 spokes rims inspired to Bugatti type 35
- “Classic” with full chrome rims inspired to Bugatti type 41 Royale, and rear wheels streamlined.