The goal of Amadou Ndiaye was to create a successor to the Veyron that could maintain the brand’s exclusivity and racing heritage.
In its standard GT configuration, the car has flowing lines that take inspiration from the Bugatti classic models – such as the Atlantic – and present typical styling cues of the brand such as the twin-tone paintwork and the split rear window.
Then, a part of the body can be detached from the car, thus revealing a racetrack-only configuration, with an open-wheel layout that pays homage to the legendary Bugatti racing cars from the past.
About the Designer
Amadou Ndiaye is an industrial designer born in Sénégal and based in Montreal, Canada.
He studied at the Paris Strate Collège and has a Bachelor in industrial design from the Université de Montréal.