New Bugatti 16C Galibier Concept Revealed (photos and video)

15 09 2009

The all-new exclusive Bugatti 16 C Galibier Concept car has revealed at a private event in Molsheim.  The Bugatti CEO Franz-Josef Paefgen describes the Galibier is one of several concept studies with which the company is considering for the future of the marque.

Bugatti 16 C Galibier Concept img_1 | AutoWorld

The new Galibier Concept powered by a 8-litre 16-cylinder flex-fuel engine with two-stage supercharging. It could produce between 588kW (800hp) and 735kW (1,000hp), all which is channeled to all four wheels using the AWD system. Standard fuel is gasoline but ethanol can be used as an alternative. To cease it operation away from the driver is a set of effective carbon ceramic brakes.

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True to the tease imagery that were flashed recently the rear design four exhaust tailpipes on either wall while the rear chance is integrated with the third brake light which runs vertically from the roof down. The wings and the piece doors are made of polished aluminium and the place of the body is built on evil down hand-made carbon structure reinforced forced (CFRP). Large LED headlights side the imposing Bugatti furnace trellis.

The interior of the Galibier is characterised by the flowing surfboard-shaped dash made of slender covert and leather. The centre console features a large LCD display while the speedometer has been deliberately placed in the inner of the dash so rear passengers can see just how quickly they are stirring. A very tasteful introduce is the Parmigiani removable Reverso Tourbillon Swiss dial which can be tattered on the wrist through its cunningly-intended leather strip.

Previously several names were optional for the 16 C Galibier, including Lydia and Bourdeaux. Nevertheless Bugatti has chosen to name it after the classic 4-door Bugatti Type 57. Galibier is also one of the most stubborn alpine passes along the Tour de France.


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