Maintaining the exotic supercar serie, we jump from the Italian prancing horses to the West, to present you a concept based on a legendary racing model for Bugatti: Type 35.
Marc Devauze, the creator of the TypeZero concept used as a muse for his design the study of a famous model, which has an important place in the Bugatti history. Introduced for the first time in 1942 at the Lyon Grand Prize, the racing model had a 2 L engine with 8 in line cylinders.
The creation of the French designer rather folds to the future trends, yet it inherits the champion pedigree of Type 35, like its seater characteristics. Therefore, the concept successfully combines two different eras, divided by almost one century of evolution.