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Bugatti Type 57 Evoluzione concept, Back to the 1930s

By luanpa in | April 13, 2010 | Comments Off on Bugatti Type 57 Evoluzione concept, Back to the 1930s

The Bugatti Type 57 Evoluzione concept is a plenty of futuristic cars, which is designed by Edwin Conan. This concept car is a distinctly retro-inspired concept which is heavily influenced by the original Bugatti Type 57 from the 1930s.

It is far from being a sports car and very close to being known as a luxurious and exclusive vehicle that has a long stretched out bonnet just like in the 1930’s. This design cue was one of the trademark styling elements of the Type 57 Atlantic. The body looks extremely sexy and gives an illusion of fluidity and movement. Conan has also reintroduced the split line which bisects the car neatly down the middle.

The classical shape with a long, stretched bonnet and gently curving cabin evokes a sense of fluidity and movement. It doesn’t look particularly sporty or dynamic. It does however look extremely luxurious, expensive and exclusive. Conan has also reintroduced the split line which bisects the car neatly down the middle.

The proposed drivetrain for the Bugatti Type 57 Evoluzione is a front-mid mounted W16 engine derived from the Veyron’s. However in the Type 57 Evoluzione the engine would be modified to run on hydrogen.

Bugatti Type 57 Evoluzione concept front

Bugatti Type 57 Evoluzione concept

Bugatti Type 57 Evoluzione concept top



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