As the North American International Auto Show wrapped up this past week in Detroit, it didn’t leave without debuting plenty of new models, and a handful of stunning concepts.
One concept that didn’t get a chance to debut at the auto show is the beautifully crafted Bugatti Gangloff Concept . Created by Polish designer Pawel Czyzewski, the vehicle takes design cues from the late 1930s Gangloff Type 57 SC Atalante Coupe, while being infused with modern design elements from one of our favorite vehicles, the Bugatti Veyron super car. Unfortunately this rendering is nothing more than just that, a dream we hope to become a reality someday.
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