Bugatti Gangloff Concept
Pawel Czyżewski, a car designer from Poland, has just released his latest concept name the ‘Bugatti Gangloff’ – based on the 1938 Bugatti Type 57 SC Atalante Coupe which was designed and built by a frenchman named Gangloff.
The design features some exceptional qualities, such as an elongated hood that gives the car an old-school feel – but it’s also got a dollop of new-school with the additions of hard curves and LED lights. Pawel, after releasing these concepts, said that ”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” which hits the nail on the head – it’s brilliant to see a new take on the Bugatti design ideals.
From the images that Pawel released you can see that he has taken the strongest elements of both the Atalante Coupe and the Veyron to create the Gangloff. The interior’s centre console is extremely reminiscent of the masterful Veyron interior, which you can see in the Gallery we have created below. Please feel free to peruse the images, we hope you enjoy them!