We’ve been on a concept kick lately and now Bugatti is here to help our fix with the Gangloff Concept. The Gangloff is the brainchild of Polish designer Pawel Czyzewski and was inspired by 1938’s unique Type 57 SC Atlante Coupe which was built by the French coachbuilder Gangloff. Further inspiration comes from Bugatti’s lust-inducing Veyron, giving the concept the details it needs for a contemporary connection to the storied brand.
Inside, the large oval shaped center console is reminiscent of the Veyron as is the high-mounted shifter and the center-tunnel mounted engine start button. Chances are slim to none that we’ll see the Gangloff on the road anytime soon but here’s to Bugatti for feeding our concept craving.
- Source: Diseno Art