Krugger FD Speedster
Photo credit: Thierry Dricot
Belgium-based custom carmaker Krugger has unveiled its latest creation: the Krugger FD. This open-top speedster only has a single seat, and is based on the ‘streamline’ Art Deco design philosophy from the 1930s. It was commissioned by two businessmen – François Fornieri and André Dupont – and took approximately three years to complete. As you might have already guessed, the letters FD stand for the clients’ surname initials. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.



The carmaker says the vehicle was handcrafted without the use of any CNC machining or modeling software (CAD, etc.). It’s powered by a Bentley Continental GT-sourced 6.0L W12 engine that was initially rated at 635 hp, but now tuned to deliver 750 hp, which is an immense amount of power for a vehicle that weighs only 2,755-pounds.

Krugger FD Speedster
Krugger FD Speedster
Krugger FD Speedster
Krugger FD Speedster
Krugger FD Speedster
You may not have heard much about the Krugger FD yet, and rightfully so, as it won’t make a public appearance until sometime later this month.