With the image of the 16C Galibier still fresh in our minds, Bugatti has revealed a teaser video of the all-new four-door concept. The French supercar made its debut in 2009 before the Frankfurt Motor Show, and was revealed as a concept sedan.
Though Bugatti calls it a teaser, the four-minute video reveals pretty much everything about the new concept from the iconic French brand. The trio of video released on Youtube showcases Bugatti’s present and future models. According to the video, the Galibier design is largely based on the Bugatti Type 35, which has also inspired the 1001 hp Veyron. From the video, we can translate the traditional Bugatti radiator with modern round LED headlamps and a clamshell running through the length.
Under the hood, the Galibier is expected to carry the 8.0-litre W16 engine with two-stage supercharger, including an ethanol mode. In terms of interior, the Galibier is very impressive with top-notch quality and finish. The Swiss clock maestro, Parmigiani have fashioned a unique detachable Reverso Tourbillon clock for the Galibier 16C that can be worn as a wristwatch with its unique leather belt.
It was speculate that the French masterpiece will hit the market by 2013, but now there is a question if the car will ever make it to production. As the Galibier features 1000 hp of the Veyron and price tag of over $1.7 million, there are very few customers who would opt for a luxury sedan that can go that fast.
There is also a possibility of the four-door, 431 kmph super sedan to materialize as a cut-price, cut-power version, not anytime before 2015. Meanwhile, check out the teaser video of this marvelous piece of engineering.