It is not easy to give a stylistic identity to a historic brand with a great past. However, Bugatti’s designers are confronted with this ambition on a daily basis. The Bugatti Bolide responds to the theme of creating a car that is strongly Bugatti, with its iconic sixteen-cylinder, ultra-lightweight engine, and without any power-to-weight ratio limitations.
“The development of the Bolide is a sign of Bugatti’s constant ambition to be a leader in innovation while remaining tied to our past,” says Achim Anscheidt, Design Director at Bugatti. “Working on the design of the Bugatti Bolide was a phenomenal experience,” continues Nils Sajonz, head of special projects design. “We believe that a hypersports car whose style is based on achieving incredible performance on the track is the best field of application for us Bugatti designers, always looking for new goals.
Nils Sajonz joined the Bugatti design team in 2015, starting as an intern, and also wrote his thesis on a Bugatti design studio dedicated to the self-driving competitions of the future. “The development of the Bolide is a sign of Bugatti’s constant ambition to be a leader in innovation, while remaining linked to the historicity of our great brand”.
By A&D|2020-12-07T19:31:00+01:007 December 2020|NEWS|