(7 votes, average: 2.71 out of 5)
Loading...As part of a special showcasing in Milan, a group of students has created a 3D printed Bugatti concept called Ephesus. This mockup is a 1:4 3D model that was created using Skorpion’s SLA 3D printing process. The results are shown below:
This is part of the Masters Showcase 2015 for the Master in Transportation & Automobile Design. The main piece of the Bugatti is a “lung” part, that is supposed to be the concept car’s combustion chamber. It was 3D printed in a single piece by SLA using a high temperature resistant and transparent resin. Then it was covered with a special film and painted.
The chromed parts were also made using SLA technology. The Volkswagen Group has sponsored and overseen this project. We’re dealing here with a classy Bugatti, one without a roof and clearly inspired by the old school designs of many decades ago. There’s also a slight old Formula 1 vehicle vibe to be found on this Bugatti Ephesus. I can’t say if it’s a single seat or two seat model, but this waspy looking thing is surely angular and has a front side shaped like a jet fighter.
(10 votes, average: 3.30 out of 5)
Loading...First things first: the Bugatti Liriom concept was chosen by the jury of a Michelin design contest as one of the finalists, so this render actually has pedigree. Created by Cristian Armando Polanco from Guatemala, this model is supposed to be an exotic car for the road.
The inspiration clearly comes from the old classics and the Liriom delivers a fluid approach and organic shapes. The simplicity of the 1930s cars is here, together with all the functional aspects of a vintage car, as well as some goodies from Formula 1 models. This Bugatti concept has great aerodynamics, with less air resistance and it’s also a lightweight vehicle, aimed at as little fuel consumption as possible.
Make no mistake, this is an electric sports car, so eco friendliness is also an attribute. This is a two seat vehicle, that keeps it as simple as possible and sports both an electric engine and a petroll one. The designer also included the Michelin Active Wheel 2030, with an airless tire that’s made with compressed polymers and an internal reinforcements structure.
The tires are covered with rubber to resist the asphalt at high speeds.
(13 votes, average: 3.85 out of 5)
Loading...Designer Pawel Czyzewksi goes all the way to the past to find inspiration for his latest Bugatti concept, the Gangloff. The supercar you see here is inspired by a Type 57 SC Atalante coupe Bugatti. The name Gangloff comes from a French coach builder, apparently.
There are a few design traits on the Gangloff that were borrowed from the Veyron cars and those include the grille and cabin feel. The rear hips are a bit wide for my taste and we also get a split rear window, as shown in the pics. The headlights have been swapped for LEDs and inside we find an oval shaped center console, once again inspired by the Veyron, with a high mounted shifter.
I also noticed that there are blade shaped air intakes here and muscular rear shoulders. If you look at the Bugatti Gangloff from the front the Veyron legacy will become clear, while its back side may feel more like an Aston Martin of sorts and it’s a bit too lifted to fir a proper racing vehicle with a penchant for urban mayhem.
(62 votes, average: 4.77 out of 5)
Loading...The Bugatti Renaissance is a concept car created by Canadian designer John Mark Vicente. He is a graduate of the Communication Design program at the Emily Carr University and what you can see below we consider to be the ultimate supercar.
The Renaissance is a model based on the Bugatti Veyron, but it could well be, in the future, the vehicle that replaces it. Although running on the same platform as the Veyron, the exterior design of this concept Bugatti is far more aggressive, and overall…better.
At the front of the car, the grill has grown in size and the headlights have been redesigned, now resembling the ones on the Audi R8 and also it has a carbon fiber skirt that fits great. Above the cockpit we notice that the twin roof vents are now slightly larger.
At the back, there are two larger vents, redesigned tail lights and the Bugatti logo framed by a red line that goes all the way to the roof scoops. The car uses impressive 26 inch rims. Thought the Veyron couldn’t get any better? Apparently it can!
(25 votes, average: 3.56 out of 5)
Loading...Designer Edwin Conan brings us another retro inspired supercar: the Bugatti Type 57 Evoluzione concept. This amazing supercar is inspired from the original Bugatti Type 57, dating back from 1930s.
The vehicle is powered by a front mid placed, impressive 8 litre W16 engine (like the Bugatti Veyron). The Type 57 Evoluzione is also eco-friendly, since its customized engine runs on liquid hydrogen, resulting in zero CO2 emissions.
This concept car, like the original Type 57, has a stretched bonnet, smooth curves and a split line which bisects the car down the middle. This Bugatti supercar design is the revival of the classic Type 57, with a touch of modern technology.