The Bugatti Galibier 16C is a high-end 5-door fastback principle. Bugatti Vehicles S.A.S. debuted the 16C Galibier at an invitation-only show held at the Molsheim, France setting up beauty parlor on September 12, 2009. The 16C Galibier utilizes a front-mounted, 8.0 L twin-supercharged W16 engine that provides power using long-term four-wheel drive. A production variation of the Bugatti Galibier 16C concept, anticipated to be named the Royale is arranged to reach the market in 2015. The 16C Galibier name is a reference to the Bugatti Type 57 Galibier. Bugatti customarily gave Kind 57 variants names that referred to mountain passes. Galibier describes France's Col du Galibier. The Bugatti Galibier 16C describes the engine's 16 cylinders.
Bugatti Galibier 16C Style
The 16C Galibier includes a hood which opens up in two components along a main hinge. The 16C Galibier features the longitudinal rib also seen on the previous EB118 and EB218 principles that recommendations the longitudinal body seam of the Type 57SC Atlantic. Bugatti Cars S.A.S. debuted the Bugatti 16C Galibier 5-door fastback principle at an invitation-only exhibit held at the Molsheim, France setting up beauty parlor on September 12, 2009. The 16C Galibier topped shown to the public at the 2009 Frankfurt Vehicle Exhibit.
Bugatti Galibier 16C Powertrain
The Bugatti Galibier 16C uses a front mounted 8.0 L twin supercharged W16 engine that delivers electric through long-lasting four-wheel drive. The engine resembles the quad-turbocharged device used in the Bugatti Veyron. A production version of the 1Bugatti Galibier 16C concept, expected to be called the Royale was initially scheduled to get to the marketplace in 2013. Bugatti pressed the release day out to 2015 or later on to fine-tune the vehicle's creation.