This is a car reminiscent of the golden years of car racing in the 1930s, to which modern performance was added.
You probably thought at least once in your life that you would love to have a car made to your liking. It seems that this is no longer impossible today, at least as exemplified by Frédéric Bertrand, a Belgian artist and manufacturer of custom-made motorcycles and cars.
Frédéric Bertrand, also nicknamed Fred Krugger, made this unique car at the request of two Belgian car enthusiasts from Liège; François Fornieri (Mithra / Nethys) and André Dupont (who made a fortune in the textile industry). The name of this really special car is the Krugger FD. It was made by hand, piece by piece and without any computer support for two and a half years, and the Krugger FD model itself (F for Fornieri, D for Dupont) was inspired by cars from the 1930s. More specifically, cars called the streamline, and it should also be said that this is a car with only one seat.
This car is equipped with a Bentley W12 bi-turbo engine of six liters, 760 horsepower (559 kW). The engine was taken from the Bentley Continental GT, which has 645 bhp (474 kW), and was then refined for more power. The Krugger FD car itself weighs 1250 pounds and can reach pretty crazy speeds, and if we took the official data of the original Bentley Continental GT with a weaker engine, that would mean its speed would be around 330mph. The aim of the design of this vehicle, however, will not be to break the record as both owners would like to showcase their jewel at the most prestigious elegance competitions in the world.
Fans of beautiful cars were presented this vehicle this weekend, during the Belgian Zoute Grand Prix, and will then go to the Brussels Motor Show in a section called Dream Cars.
As for the Krugger FD car price, it has not been announced.