2025 Bugatti Aerolithe Concept

The 2025 Bugatti Aerolithe Concept is the work of Douglas Hogg, a Coventry graduate. The design draws its inspiration from the original Bugatti Aerolithe concept showcased at the 1935 Paris Motorshow.

The old Bugatti Aerolithe concept was also the inspiration of the Atlantic 57SC.

Specifications

General Info
Vehicle Type: Super Sport Coupe Est. Market Price: $1,405,800.00
Performance
Engine: Micro Turbine/Electric Hybrid Electric Horsepower: 450 HP
Torque: 1500 lb-ft Curb Weight: 3000 lbs (1361 kg)
0-60 mph: 2.7 seconds Top Speed: 220 mph / (354 km/h)

The Future in Mind

Designed 75 years after the original Aerolithe was launched in Paris, Douglas Hogg has introduced the modern interpretation of the design. The car looks quite futuristic, despite being based on a design that was made quarter of a century back. Hogg suggests that he has used a minimalistic approach in pure surfacing for the design and applied a principle of Ettore Bugatti for Automotive design.

The car design represents simplicity, elegance, and intelligence. The design follows a smooth flow, uncluttered by door handles, external mirrors or spoilers. It's in complete harmony with advanced aerodynamics.

The underbody aerodynamics are an important feature of the design that allows two air channels to traverse the entire length of the body, funneling air from the front of the body to the diffuser at the rear, producing enough down force in the process to keep the car glued to the tarmac at high speeds.

Features

Some of the key features of the design include aeronautics inspired split canopy doors, split windshield, pronounced windows, bullet proof windows, lightweight construction material and Bugatti's signature front grille.

Performance

The car is powered by a Microturbine-battery hybrid powertrain. Microturbines do not power the wheels directly and merely function as a generator to charge up the batteries on the run and acts as a range extender for an otherwise purely electric vehicle. A single fill of the tank can make this car run up to 800 miles.

The Bugatti Aerolithe design is a great concept that showcases the design elements that may inspire the cars of tomorrow. It's a great tribute to Ettore Bugatti, who was way ahead of his time when he launched the first Aerolithe.

11 Responses to “2025 Bugatti Aerolithe Concept”

  1. Devin Adamson says:

    Looks like a Devon gtx

  2. yuri kids says:

    wow this is a wonderful car

  3. iyke says:

    this is my dream car

  4. koko says:

    what a incredible car in the world. bugatti veyron is my favorite car in nd 4 spd game.

  5. chewbacca says:

    ………….wtf it looks cool yet weird

  6. joaerthur says:

    that car is the beastest car i’v ever seen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  7. morganford2014 says:

    nice

  8. Mustang Fury says:

    God bless crayons..

  9. russian racer says:

    bugatti f**** up on this one it looks hella ugly

  10. Brian says:

    cool, nice article

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