Polish talented designer with the name of Pawel Czyzewski and apparently a big fan of the ultra rare Bugatti 57S coupe from 1937 revealed his modern interpretation of the luxury coupe from the 30's. The result is a beautiful coupe that we'll be more than pleased to see in real life.


The rare Bugatti Type 57S Atalante of which only seventeen were built was characterized by its hidden rear wheels, a feature that Pawel chose to eliminate from his design. Fans of the Bentley Embricos from the same year might spot some similarities between the two classic models.. The last Bugatti Type 57S Atlante to be auctioned brought its owner €3.4 million in 2009.

When it comes to Pawel's creation, the similarities between the Gangloff and its inspiration are not too obvious at first glance. But the Gangloff clearly borrows some design cues from the Veyron with a much more athletic silhouette. The interior is unmistakably pure Bugatti with high quality materials and attention to detail.

Here's what Pawel Czyzewski had to say about his design: "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"

More pictures of the sexy coupe in the gallery below.

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