Poland’s obsession with Bugatti might stronger than we originally thought.
Throwing in with talented Pole Paulo Czyzewski (the designer with a knack for updating the French marque’s classics), the Polish design firm RC82 Workshop has stepped forward to create a Veyron design that borrows heavily from a ’40s-era Volkswagen Beetle.
While staying true to the supercar’s silhouette, the German auto bleeds through in the details. Start with the bug-eyed headlamps, then move to the deep-dish chrome rims, and sprinkle specifics like window panes & exterior door handles.
After staring at it for about 14 minutes straight, we’ve can’t decide if it’s gorgeous, ridiculous, or ridiculously gorgeous. Sound off in the comments with your thoughts!