Belgian designer Fred Krugger is most known for his striking motorcycles, ranging from futuristic Ducatis to vintage racing-inspired Yamahas. His latest work, however, is a completely custom four-wheeled machine, the Krugger FD race car. Drawing inspiration from vintage racers of the 1930s, the FD is an art deco masterpiece with performance that matches the best of today's supercars. The snub-nosed design has zero front overhang, while the wheels are enclosed in aerodynamic covers with exposed suspension arms. The single-seat open-cockpit has a small windscreen, with the roll hoop has an integrated clear fairing that shows the engine — a retuned 12-cylinder from the Bentley Continental GT makes 750 horsepower. Weighing in at just 2,800 pounds, the FD has all the pieces from design to mechanicals that make it an instant classic.
Photos: Thierry Dricot