In a world that has come to be driven by the web and fast-innovating technology, it’s probably hard to argue against the philosophy that “newer is better”. It has become a common sight to see people line up in the wee hours of the morning for the release of the next generation smartphone, the newest video game, or even for those limited edition kicks. So if newer really is better, what makes auto enthusiasts the world over pine for cars that are older than our parents, less powerful than their modern iterations, and worlds more expensive than even the most modern, gizmo filled ride today?
Well maybe Polish designer Pawel Czyżewski has the answer for us in the form of his Bugatti Gangloff Concept. Part Veyron, part 1938 Bugatti Type 57 SC Atalante Coupe, Pawel’s Gangloff Concept marries different aspects of two cars that are almost 70 years apart. Unexpectedly, the results are absolutely stunning.