People will do almost anything to put their own spin on a Bugatti. Last year we saw a squished Veyron, followed by one made entirely of paper, and today we've laid eyes on a virtual Bugatti Gangloff Concept created by designer, Pawel Czyzewski.
The Bugatti Gangloff Concept, which only exists as a 3D rendering, is inspired by the 1938 Bugatti Type 57 SC Atalante Coupe – a car designed and built by French coach-builder Gangloff – hence the name. As a result, it sports a relatively similar silhouette with a long bonnet, a short front overhang and curved elements on its doors.
The front, meanwhile, has pronounced wheel arches and a bonnet bulge, while the rear sports a Bugatti 'fin' as seen on the Type 57.
Inside, the Bugatti Gangloff Concept is heavily influenced by the Veyron, which is no bad thing. It's a two-tone affair with plenty of leather and polished aluminium. Many of the Veyron's buttons have been ditched in favour of knobs and the engine start button has been enlarged considerably. It's so big, in fact, it now looks as if you could switch the car on and off accidentally with a misplaced elbow.
On the whole, the Bugatti Gangloff Concept is an attractive proposition, but it is perhaps little too generic-looking in places. It's missing the pomp and majesty that all true Bugattis manage so effortlessly. Have a gander at the photos below and let us know what you think in the comments below.