It's not often that concept supercars draw inspiration from the design aesthetic of the past, but this Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic shows otherwise with a design that's inspired by the original 1930s vehicle.
The Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic consists of a teardrop design that incorporates the design aesthetic of yesteryear with that of today in order to create a car that merges different features for a unified final creation.
The Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic is the design work of Julian Swietlicki and balances the line between the design of several different concept supercars. From the rear, the Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic looks like something out of the 1930s, while the front portion looks like something you'd see coming down the track from the vehicle brand.
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This Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic Concept Pays Homage to the Past
- By: Michael HemsworthMar 1, 2017