Stunning profile in Bugatti concept

23:44, Feb 01 2013
Bugatti Gangloff Concept
The Bugatti Gangloff Concept.
Bugatti Gangloff Concept
The Bugatti Gangloff Concept.
Bugatti Gangloff Concept
The Bugatti Gangloff Concept.
Bugatti Gangloff Concept
The Bugatti Gangloff Concept.
Bugatti Gangloff Concept
The Bugatti Gangloff Concept.
Bugatti Gangloff Concept
The Bugatti Gangloff Concept.
Bugatti Gangloff Concept
The Bugatti Gangloff Concept.
Bugatti Gangloff Concept
The Bugatti Gangloff Concept.
Bugatti Gangloff Concept
The Bugatti Gangloff Concept.
Bugatti Gangloff Concept
The Bugatti Gangloff Concept.
Bugatti Gangloff Concept
The Bugatti Gangloff Concept.
Bugatti Gangloff Concept
The Bugatti Gangloff Concept.
Bugatti Gangloff Concept
The Bugatti Gangloff Concept.
Bugatti Gangloff Concept
The Bugatti Gangloff Concept.
Bugatti Type 57 Atalante Concept and the Gangloff Concept
Bugatti Type 57 Atalante Concept and the Gangloff Concept

This beautifully designed supercar might never get off the design screen.

Click photo for all the stunning views of the Bugatti Gangloff Concept.

Polish designer Pawel Czyzewski has made a stunning guess at what he thinks a new Bugatti coupe could look like in revealing the Gangloff Concept which draws its inspiration from the 1938 Type 57 SC Atalante Coupe.

The Atalante was designed and built by French coach-builder Gangloff - hence the name - but Czyzewski's design obviously draws strongly from the design of Bugatti's current famed supercar, the Veyron.

Even with modern design interpretations there is still a strong draw back to what Czyzewski refers to as that golden era of motoring when exclusive, handbuilt creations were much more common.

''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.'' he says.

Unfortunately Czyzewski is not officially affiliated with Bugatti and that means the concept is likely to remain just that, a concept.

We think it is pretty cool though and Bugatti could do a lot worse that putting it into production.

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