2025 Bugatti Aerolithe Concept Design by Douglas Hogg

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from Douglas Hogg) Bugatti Aerolithe Concept By Hogg, Coventry University now a designer at Ford Motor


Ettore Bugatti was the of Bugatti cars and in many the ultimate perfectionist. He believed his should be the best in the world and strove to make them the lightest and most luxurious possible. Nothing is too beautiful, is too expensive was one of his guiding mantras. with his son Jean, they a world leading force in automobiles.

Many believe Ettore’s engineering genius and visionary styling reached collaborative zenith with the Aerolithe prototype.

The original was unveiled at the 1935 Paris show and was the instant star It looked like nothing — Its elegant, highly styling and super lightweight was years ahead of its time. was the reception the Aerolithe received 1936 a production version was as the legendary Type 57 SC Atlantic, of three exist today and at auction for around $40 million. As for the it disappeared sometime in the late

To this day no one knows for sure its

The 2025 Bugatti Aerolithe – The of a new wave of intelligent Luxury.

luxury’ Grand Tourer for inspired by Ettore Bugatti’s of automotive design, the original and the theme ‘aerodynamic elegance’.

Key Extravagant Graceful Sporting

The new Bugatti Aerolithe concept a return to the brand values and attitude of Ettore Bugatti made Bugatti cars so – simplicity, beauty and intelligence. The new takes theme and style from the lightweight original and re it as a futuristic and exclusive GT car for 15 years in the — the vanguard of a new wave of luxury.

The typical buyer of a new Bugatti is the man who has it He statistically already owns 8+ A boat and/ or a private He can afford to choose to buy the very in everything and the Aerolithe was designed to be the grand tourer money can

The dramatic styling is an exercise in surfacing. It references the original its elegant proportions and split whilst carving out a new design for Bugatti utilising clean, surfacing and advanced aerodynamics. The bodywork is completely smooth, by external mirrors, door and clunky spoilers. The lines are by organic forms, science and the original 193 Aerolithe. Up front, the Bugatti ‘Horseshoe’ grill in is a ram air intake to the turbine engine, the headlights apertures in the front up as cooling ducts to cool the

At the rear, the boot lid features two jet inspired pop up air brakes to stabilise the car braking, whilst the rear also double up as cooling Advanced technology integrated so into the clean bodyshell you would never know it was

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Underbody aerodynamics are a key feature of the and allow it to have such styling. Two air channels run the full of the underbody of the car directing air from the around the almond shaped back to the massive double at the rear. This generates downforce to keep the car firmly to the road at speed without the for any visible rear spoiler.

The Aerospace inspired split doors of the Aerolithe concept are a out feature designed primarily to easy access to the cabin, but to generate street theatre the car pulls up. Each side independently of the other, and splits a top and bottom half. The bottom of each door tucks the sill, whilst the top half up and forwards taking with it a swathe of bodywork and the whole

The steering column can then into the space left by the giving an enormous aperture to users of all shapes and sizes to get in and out.

The polished aluminium centre is a key styling and construction feature. It the riveted central seam of the original and develops it into a key component running throughout the and exterior. Beneath the sensuous fibre bodywork is a highly and dynamic mechanical package. The features titanium, magnesium and materials throughout to keep the down to around 1400kg. The safety cell is bullet with Aluminium Oxynitride

Driving a one million pound car you can be too careful.

Propulsion is provided by an Microturbine battery hybrid Microturbines are an emerging technology will see great use in the automotive in the coming years. They are lightweight and highly efficient. can run on almost anything that –petrol, diesel, kerosene, even perfume.

In the Aerolithe the functions only as a generator no mechanical link to the wheels. Its function is to generate electricity to the batteries on the move. In general the Aerolithe is an electric car.

The Microturbine engine is a range for the batteries, giving a theoretical of up to 800 miles on one tank of fuel minimal harmful emissions.

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