VW Beetle mated with a Bugatti Veyron

Last updated 11:32 18/02/2013
The 1945 Bugatti Veyron which is a combination of the VW Beetle (inset left) and the Bugatti Veyron supercar (inset right).

NICE COMBO: The 1945 Bugatti Veyron which is a combination of the VW Beetle (inset left) and the Bugatti Veyron supercar (inset right).

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This what you get when you mate a Volkswagen Beetle with the Bugatti Veyron supercar.

The team at "rc82 workshop" recently unveiled this digital design - what we are calling the "Beet-Ron" - in trying to replicate what the Veyron would have looked like had it been designed in 1945.

Volkswagen owns Bugatti so a combination of the two iconic vehicles does seem right and we are hoping there will be room for the Veyron's quad-turbo 8-litre W16 engine in the rear.

While the digitally-designed 1945 Bugatti Veyron retains a good deal of the supercar shape, the bloodlines of the Beetle are apparent through the chrome bumper bars, side skirts, headlights, windscreen and the deep-dish steel wheels.

We think the design is cool and who knows, one day, it might be seen cruising a highway somewhere - probably in the some oil rich state though.

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