Oh how I’d wish this new concept car would have come from Bugatti themselves. It is unfortunate to not have happened so.
The VW-owned brand is hard at work on the newest version of the Bugatti Veyron, you know the one which is faster, new and all that much more interesting.
This incredibly well made concept was actually dreamed up by French designer Marc Devauze. Bugatti might actually appreciate the local design behind this idea.
That’s a possibility, but not necessarily relevant since Bugatti’s history is so mixed between various nationalities that this might be diluted.
At least the car’s heritage is undeniable, the inspiration behind this concept study is fairly obvious as a part of the the company’s heritage.
Throughout the entire car you can see inspiration in the lines coming from historic models such as the Type 35 and Type 37.
Having a single seater layout also focuses on just how focused on racing those, and indeed this car, can be when it comes to running for titles.
While traditional ideas about losing anything that isn’t necessary have washed through, the modern tendency of electric power also turned up.
Racing is not exactly ready for the electrically powered cars, but this design could be interesting for a couple of track day experiences.
Chasing to cut down those lap times, there will be two batteries carefully positioned inside and they’re going to drive the four electric motors attached to each wheel.
Of course, when I mean they will, I mean it conceptually. This car will very likely never see the light of day in any other form than two-dimensional.