Bugatti EB110 Wild Rendering Moves The Engine In The Front
It’s the Corvette’s fault. Ever since Chevrolet pushed to build an honest Corvette with the engine behind the driver, it seems like everyone has wanted to know what the other iconic cars look like with the engine outsourcing. The latest crazy creation comes from Yasid Design on Instagram, and you can blame the Corvette again because, well, Look at this.
There is no other way to say it. If Bugatti and Chevrolet had bonded with some of the grunge rock of the early 1990s, that could have been the result. In the Instagram post, the designer even admits to having mixed feelings but honestly, we kind of like him. It’s a totally untenable opinion because honestly we don’t know Why this car has our attention. But it is, and that’s all that matters.
In fact, we may know why it gets attention. Looking at the YouTube video of the design process, it seemed like a very natural evolution from Bugatti to Corvette. There were no overt Corvette design signals in the mix. There was no Corvette overlay with transferred Bugatti aerodynamic parts. The nose was tense, the back was tilted, details were added, and suddenly it happened. There is a very Corvette bow on the rear wings which is not part of the design language of the Bugatti EB110, and which could well be the defining characteristic of this creation. It’s amazing how a curve can conjure up such images.
Of course when we say Corvette here we are talking about a vintage C4 that left the scene in 1996. As such, we are left with a question that seriously burns a hole in our hearts of car enthusiasts. If an extended front-engine Bugatti EB110 looks like a Corvette C4, does that mean a crashed mid-engine C4 would look like a Bugatti EB110?
Do you list rendering artists? We have your next project online. Let’s see a mid-engine C4 come to life.