E.Milano Reveals Ingeniously Attractive Bugatti EB11 Concept
The rendering artist, E.Milano has revealed the digitally rendered concept of Bugatti EB11 sporting a contemporary look, created by stylishly modifying the standard Bugatti Veyron.
The concept comes with a redesigned front face and reworked side lines. The front end is made much more aggressive using new sharper headlights that are joined with the large air inlets. Furthermore, a couple of horizontally extended fog lamps are also added between the headlamps and air inlets. However, the standard Bugatti front grille sits in the middle without any change. In addition, new dynamic lines appear on the sides of abstracted supercar, along with restyled large wheels.
Bugatti is reportedly preparing to launch the successor of its outgoing Bugatti Veyron next year. Although we don’t yet know what the new supercar looks like, we can build our expectations based on this rendered concept. The EB11 nametag reminds us of the Bugatti EB110 sports car, which was produced by the French automaker between 1991 and 1995.
E.Milano is a renowned rendering artist who translates its creative ideas to develop stunning design concepts. In the past few years, the design studio has generated various concept designs based on Ferrari, Bentley, Lamborghini and Porsche vehicles.