An unashamed pie-in-the-sky homage to the 1934 Bugatti Type 57 Atlantic (top pic) by designer Arthur B. Nustas, who calls this elongated Cruella deVil style roadster concept the Type 57T.

 Nustas has sixteen years to talk his way into the Bugatti boardroom before the centenary of the Type 57.

It could happen.


14 thoughts on “Hot Wheels

  1. scottser

    it looks like a batmobile.
    you’d only go to tesco in it if you were planning on blowing it up..

        1. Janet, I ate my Avatar

          now I just need to learn how to drive
          Don’t judge me I come from a land where public transport is a thing

          1. Janet, I ate my Avatar

            hope for me yet
            I will wait until I start looking the right way before crossing the road and work up skills from there

          2. mildred st. meadowlark

            No one would blame you but try not to end up having a Regina George moment.

            (I was sick today and consoled myself by watching well-writted trash)

          3. Clampers Outside!

            I’m learning now, and I’m 46!

            One of the problems with .icing down the country.

            I was doing roundabouts on my second lesson…. *proud face*

            As for the cars, both are lovely, but I’ll have the older one please :)

  2. Papi

    What’s the “09” display on the new one? Does it have a clock? I still prefer the Jeeves and Wooster one though.

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