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Wednesday, August 10, 2022

La Finale Concept is designed to pay tribute for the glory days of conventional internal combustion engined cars

~SomeONE Dream~ In fact, we currently live at the end of the 21st century, where electric-powered vehicles have slowly but surely taken up the role and portion of conventional internal combustion engined ones, and are also herd it towards its ending. Even especially now there have been many hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicles emerging to take part in the competition and the conventional internal combustion engine will be more and more abandoned.
The Bugatti La Finale which was digitally created by Serkan back in the 2020 intended to be his bachelor thesis sponsored by the Molsheim-based automaker, also to pay tribute for the glory days of conventional internal combustion engined cars. (Picture from: Behance.net)
However, it turns out that there is a super car concept called the Bugatti La Finale which was digitally created by Serkan Budur back in the 2020 as his bachelor thesis sponsored by those Molsheim-based carmaker company. Besides that also intended to pay tribute for the conventional internal combustion engined vehicles that had been continuously supplied for decades by automotive manufacturers.
The Serkan Budur's Bugatti La Finale concept is said to take the design attributes from the Bugatti La Voiture Noire and also the iconic Bugatti Type 57SC Atalante. (Picture from: ClassicDriver)
As quoted of YankoDesign, this La Finale concept is not just a supercar design, but it is a vessel, a museum for conventional internal combustion engines. Instead of hiding its pinned vintage technology under an opaque hood, the La Finale concept displays this vintage technology like a crown jewel keeps under a transparent hood that lets many able to see those engine and pistons shape with all their glorious parts.
The Bugatti La Finale is not just a supercar design, but it is a vessel, a museum for conventional internal combustion engines. (Picture from: CarScoops)
Further in terms of design, the La Finale concept is said to take the design attributes from the world's most expensive car, Bugatti La Voiture Noire also to pay tribute to the iconic Bugatti Type 57SC Atalante then amps it up with split surface bodywork that does not feel completely like the modern-day Bugatti DNA.
The Bugatti La Finale retains the Bugatti's characteristics horseshoe grille, so if you look at the front fascia as a whole, it looks like a fox grinning wildly. (Picture from: CarDesignWorld)
As You can see, the car concept featured with double-tones paneling bodywork by using metal sheets as well as carbon fibers to create an interplay that makes the car look less blockish and more smooth sculptural body panels.
As the name suggests, the La Finale is envisioned as Bugatti’s last car with an internal combustion engine. (Picture from: CarScoops)
But actually the center of attention of the La Finale concept lies in its hood made of transparent glass which is made as if it continues to flow upwards to then turn into a windshield. The glass has a function such a storefront window to look into the car’s W12 engine, which described will be a vintage rarity in the future by its designer, Serkan Budur.
The Bugatti La Finale is planned to use a newly envisioned W12 engine instead W16 due to the engine’s smaller dimensions would allow for tighter packaging as well as significant weight savings. (Picture from: YankoDesign)
This showcase gives the car’s engine the precious treatment it deserves, while right in front of it, visible through the gap between the two surfaces, are suspension-springs that further the car’s approach to showcasing its internals in an exhibitionist fashion.
The center of attention of The Bugatti La Finale lies in its hood made of transparent glass which is made as if it continues to flow upwards to then turn into a windshield. (Picture from: YankoDesign)
Besides that, the La Finale concept also retains the characteristics of the vehicle from the manufacturer based in Molsheim, such as an iconic element that unites all the company's cars that has existed since the era of its founder, Ettore Bugatti, namely the horseshoe grille. So if you look at the front fascia of the car concept as a whole, it looks like a fox grinning wildly.
The Bugatti La Finale The Bugatti La Finale concept is thoroughly modern and embraces Bugatti’s design philosophy with a futuristic twist. (Picture from: YankoDesign)
Indeed, not all typical Bugatti elements appear in this Serkan Budur concept car, such as the C bar design which is usually found in all more contemporary Bugatti models. In our opinion, the absence of the C bar design is not a problem for the overall design of the La Finale concept. 
The unique design of the Bugatti La Finale concept extends to the passenger compartment as it features wraparound glass and an angular roof. (Picture from: Behance.net)
After all, the point of the La Finale concept isn’t to look at the C bar, it’s to admire the car in its entirety, and also its internal combustion engine described by its designer such a precious relic in the next few decades ahead. Frankly, we really admired this Bugatti La Finale concept and thought it would be a shame if this design had to end up as a concept only without ever being realized into a real car.😟 *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | BEHANCE.NET | SEKO91 | YANKODESIGN | CARSCOOPS | UK.MOTOR1 | AUTOEVOLUTION  ]
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