Simply by drawing comparisons to the Atlantic in reference to what appears to be a new car, Bugatti is writing a very large check Well be able to see if it cashes at the Geneva motor show next week. In the clips, the chassis numbers of the vehicles are flashed on the screen before showing a sketch of the original car According to Motor1, former VW boss Ferdinand Piech allegedly paid Bugatti. At the moment, weve only the birdseye view sketch and a promise that this will be a modern recreation of the curvaceous, aerofocussed 1935 original which Bugatti nerds may it leaves Piech. The teaser image shows a topdown drawing of a modern Type 57SC Atlantic, though its hard to tell if this actually depicts the car Bugatti could show in Geneva All of the standard Type 57SC Atlantic. and it released a sketch that could preview a modern version of the car The text accompanying the photo reads "Jean Bugattis 57SC Atlantic cannot be recreated, but what do you think?. Digital Trends got a rare opportunity to sneak behind the scenes and learn how a Ducati goes from a sketch to a roaring On the Diavel 1260s mood board, we saw photos of cars including the Bugatt. Few names draw the kind of water that Bugatti but "there is no trace of this car after 1938 Some experts believe Bugatti sold it to one its early racing drivers Others think it was. Audi will debut the new Q4 ETron Concept in Geneva, which it teased with a design sketch this week It was built to celebrate the Bugatti brands 110th anniversary Youve probably never even hear. The EB110 LM the blue car in the image above However, the folks there wouldnt let him take the gears to copy, so this guy had to draw out the design by hand Bugatti was tight on money at the ti.