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Bugatti’s most realistic Formula 1 race car was designed by a talented intern | Yanko Design

The Bugatti Type 35 revival is a great example of two things - A designer's ability to push boundaries and create concepts that capture their passions, and those concepts sometimes being powerful enough to actually pave the way forward for something bigger. Little did Andreis van Overbeeke know that his desire to see Bugatti compete

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Faraday Future’s Disruptive Vision

Faraday Future launched a new concept vehicle at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this week. Called the FFZero1, it is the first glimpse at what the new California-based car company has been working on since its inception just 18 months ago. Led by global design director Richard Kim (designer of BMW’s i3 and i8), FF’s design team reads like an all-star cast. Head of exterior design Page Beermann was formerly creative director at BMW; head of interior […]

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Bugatti Type 57’s sporty electric redesign brings this crowd favorite back to the future! - Yanko Design

Bugatti Type 57, created by Jean Bugatti, was a dream car back in 1930 and 1940, with only 710 examples produced. Such was the design of the Type 57 SC Atlantic coupe, particularly that it is to date one of the most desirable classic cars. Only four of the 57 SC were created between 1936 and

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