Bizarre and elusive, the late 1930s Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic is largely considered to be one of the most beautiful automotive designs in history. Its iconic teardrop shape, dramatic fender flares and unique details like the split fin down the middle inspired this modern take on the Atlantic. Its a stunning hybrid of old and new with a modern Bugatti front half and classic rear.
Triumph TR-6. This is a gorgeous photograph of an iconic piece of British automotive history. Perhaps, the ultimate low-cost British Roadster. 6-cylinder power, so it had more get-up-and-go than the MG, but not nearly as expensive as an E-Type. This particular example has been restored and upgraded. You can see the seats and the roll bars, which are not standard equipment for this car. The wheels appear to have been updated, as well.
The Bugatti Type 57T has officially won our hearts! This concept car designed by Arthur B. Nustas revives the classic vintage Type 57T coupe by the German automotive giant, combining Jean Bugatti’s original work with the modern Bugatti aesthetic everyone so instantly recognizes and loves!