Back in 1935 Ettore Bugatti and his son Jean released a car that separted itself with its curvacious and sloping styling, lightweight construction, and aerodynamic structuring. That car was the Aerolithe prototype. Now, about eight decades later, Bugatti has reinvisioned that revolutionary vehicle as the simple futuristic bullet you see above.
The inspiration is obvious with its humped rear, split window, and aluminum center spine. The 2025 Aerolithe Concept features titanium, magnesium, and composite materials, keeping it extremely light, but maintains safety with its bullet proof cabin. The electric car will run on a microturbine battery hybrid drivetrain with a range of 800 miles to a single tank, with little to no emissions. This is truly a piece of art, and if it ever becomes a reality, we're sure it'll cost more than any of you could imagine.
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[via Serious Wheels]