Bugatti Aerolithe Concept from Douglas Hogg

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This stunning concept was created by 22 years old designer Douglas Hogg for his final project at Coventry University ( Automotive design course ). The prototype of this Bugatti concept is legendary vehicle showcased at the 1935 Paris Motor Show – Bugatti Electron Aerolithe. As Douglas explains, the concept is "a minimalist exercise in pure surfacing […] inspired by Ettore Bugatti’s principles of automotive design and the legacy of the original Aerolithe." In this design the doors – which integrate part of the dashboard – adopt an original opening system, dubbed "split opening canopy", which "adds drama to getting in and out gives easy access to the interior."

 

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6 Comments
  1. Duggie Ralph

    I want the model — your loving, caring favourite godfather

  2. Soendoro Soetanto

    WOW… I like it.

    Soendoro Soetanto

  3. easel guy

    Quite an amazing looking car, you’d certainly stand out from all the other cars on the road that look so boringly similar nowadays.

  4. Jessica

    My cousin designed this, He’s pretty awesome.

    • Mohan

      you are lucky .

  5. Omniflux

    I would love to see this car in production