BUGATTI Gangloff Concept

By - January 31st, 2013

BUGATTI Gangloff Concept

Inspired by the Bugatti Type 57, the Bugatti Gangloff concept is a stunning update of the rare classic. Polish designer Pawel Czyzewski came up with the name as a tribute to Gangloff, the French coachbuilder that created a special custom version of the Type 57 SC Atalante in 1938. The bold design isn’t strictly a reimagining of the old car, as there are Veyron elements evident in the build. Czyzewski believes his creation harks back to a time when forging a human connection was paramount in the design and manufacturing process. “In times of commercial trash and plastic,” he says, “it is hard to see something that has a soul and is able to squeeze out a positive mark on the heart.” Check out more looks in the gallery below, but keep in mind that they depict a design study, meaning there’s virtually zero chance the concept coupe will ever see production.

BUGATTI Gangloff Concept

BUGATTI Gangloff Concept

BUGATTI Gangloff Concept

BUGATTI Gangloff Concept

BUGATTI Gangloff Concept

BUGATTI Gangloff Concept

BUGATTI Gangloff Concept

BUGATTI Gangloff Concept

BUGATTI Gangloff Concept

BUGATTI Gangloff Concept

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