Inspired by the 1938 Type 57 SC Atalante Coupe, the Bugatti Gangloff Design Study comes from the steady digital hand of Polish designer Pawel Czyzewski. The name Gangloff is from the French coach-builder that created the Type 57 SC Atalante. As you can see from features like the size air intakes and the horsehoe grille, the car also brings in cues from the Veyron. 

"In times of commercial trash and plastic, it is hard to see something that has a soul and is able to squeeze out a positive mark on the heart," Czyzewski said about the car. Although this is a design that will never actually be built, there is a little similarity to the Alfa Romeo 4C that's coming soon. Oh, c'mon, use your imagination. 

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[via Car Body Design]