Bugatti has unveiled in a private event held in Geneva a new 16C Galibier copy, the brother of the current four-seat Veyron.
Bugatti exhibited in Geneva two special versions of the Veyron Grand Sport model, but kept the surprise for a private event, held near the salon, but far from the curious eyes of the public.
Subsidiary Volkswagen unveiled a new version of the 16C Galibier model, the brother of the four seat Veyron. The event revealed a Galibier painted black, much more sober than the original one, bicolor.
The luxury sedan will adopt the same unit with 16-cylinder, 8 liter and 4 turbochargers, present on Veyron. In this situation, however, the giant engine will offer between 800 and 1,000 horsepower.
Although it wasn’t allowed to understand when we will be able to see the street model with four doors, Bugatti underlined that the public’s response and especially the customers was very positive. It is possible that the Galibier model to go into production immediately after Veyron will end its life cycle.
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