The project – virtual developed in 3D form – aims at reviving that golden era of motoring made of exclusive, handbuilt creations: “In times of commercial trash and plastic it is hard to see something that has a soul and is able to squeeze out a positive mark on the heart.”
In particular, Pawel Czyżewski took inspiration from the 1938 Bugatti Type 57 SC Atalante Coupe designed and built by French coach-builder Gangloff.
The concept also takes many cues from the design of the current Veyrons, for both the exterior and the interior aesthetic language.
The exterior features sleek proportions, with muscular rear shoulders and front fenders, slender flanks with the trademark blade-shaped air intakes and classically styled surfaces, coupled with modern LED lighting units.
A distinctive element reminiscent of the marque’s history is the spine running along the car’s symmetry plane, from the trademark grille to the split rear window – a design cue reminiscent of the legendary Type 57 SC Atlantic.
Pawel also experimented with different color schemes for both the interior and the exterior – another typical styling cues of classic and modern Bugattis.
About the Designer
(Source: Pawel Czyżewski via BoldRide)