Bugatti finally unveiled their brand new Atlantic Black 16C Galibier concept at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show. Unlike many other concepts, the Bugatti 16C Galibier actually has a good chance of going into production and is expected to be available by 2012 for as much as $1.5 million. With a gorgeous design, this luxury 4 door sedan packs a 8.0-liter 16-cylinder engine with two-stage supercharging and can reach speeds of 220 mph. Four-wheel drive, ceramic brakes and a new suspension design allows the car to be steered in a graceful manner. The 16C Galibier features a Bugatti radiator grille, LED headlights, a split rear window, an eight tailpipe exhaust system and a Swiss made Parmigiani Fleurier dashboard clock that can be transformed into a wrist watch, pocket watch or table clock.
The Bugatti Veyron coupe grabbed a lot of attention due to its solid design and breathtaking speed. It now appears that the Bugatti brand is finally expanding its repertoire and moving forward with the Bugatti 16C Galibier, their very first modern 4 door sedan. The 16C Bugatti Galibier is truly a masterpiece, incorporating similar characteristics found in the Veyron while taking it to next level in terms of luxury sedan design. Taking no chances, Bugatti quickly trademarked their 16C Galibier sedan shape guaranteeing that their unique design remains exclusive.
Boasting an 8.0 liter 16-cylinder flex fuel engine with 800-1,000 hp and a maximum speed of 220mph, the Galibier promises not to go unnoticed. Although the 16C Galibier, which is currently a concept, hasn’t been given the official “OK” for production, I doubt Bugatti would put all this time & effort into this car and not deliver. With that being said, the Bugatti 16C Galiber is expected to be priced at $1.44 million and will not be available until production ends in 2012.
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