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Bugatti 16C Galibier the fastest 4-door supercar

By luanpa in | March 17, 2010 | (1) Comment

We have got the latest pictures of the Bugatti  16C Galibier, it was designed to measure customer reaction to a four-door, four-seat concept, Bugatti claimed it to be just a way of judging opinion about the next car in the Bugatti line, and they due to go on sale in 2013 with a price tag of around $1.3 million.

The Bugatti 16C Galibier was one of three vehicles being taken on a world tour to show and get feedback from past, and potentially future, customers –  you don’t build a highly expensive vehicle like the 16C Galibier without consulting your limited buyer base first. Such a car would be based on the same platform as the Bentley Mulsanne, and potentially the Lamborghini Estoque, providing the benefits of shared development costs and economies of scale, however small they are.

Unlike the Veyron, parent Volkswagen wants to make money on the next Bugatti model. That is a reasonable expectation if you ask us. While Bugatti keeps us wondering about its future intentions, check out the new images of the 16C Galibier below. The Galibier is seen to have a conventional eight-speed torque-converter automatic transmission, instead of a DSG system. In the past, Bugatti’s sales director Alasdair Stewart has informed us that the decision to put the Galibier into production would be taken in the spring after the concept car has toured the world to be put in front of prospective customers.

bugatti 16c galibier front

bugatti 16c galibier top rear

bugatti 16c galibier rear

bugatti 16c galibier back rear

bugatti 16c galibier side



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