Bugatti's Head Of Design Drives a Stripped Down Kevlar 1981 Porsche 911

Bugatti's Head Of Design Drives a Stripped Down Kevlar 1981 Porsche 911

Achim Anscheidt, Head of Design for Bugatti doesn't fancy the supercars that his company produces, instead opting for something a bit classier, driving through the streets of Berlin in his stripped down, classic 1981 Porsche 911. The beautiful ride reflects Anscheidt's philosophy of minimalism, with it's completely gutted interior, and all removable parts replaced with Kevlar including the trunk, bonnet, doors, and front fenders. The windows have also been replaced with plastic, bringing the total weight to about 1,807 pounds. Check out the video below to see him cruise around and hear him reflect on minimalism in design.

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[via Driven]

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