Bugatti Galibier Hyper-Saloon will hit the markets with a significant design change


Bugatti Galibier has been a long awaited release from Bugatti, and by the looks of things the luxurious sports saloon will not be what you first saw a few months ago. Reports suggest that Galibier’s design has been “significantly altered”, after the company decided to incorporate Bugatti customer’s inputs. The car was first launched at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, and runs on a 16-cylinder engine which can be powered with biofuel as well as gasoline. Priced at about €1 million ($1.34 million) the car is said to hit markets by 2013 or 2014.

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Wolfgang Duerheimer, the head of Bugatti Automobiles, said “The design will be different, especially from the B-pillar back, the ingress and regress to the rear seats will be improved, as will the legroom and ergonomics, the car will be a little longer, and the power of the engine will be at least four figures. Half of Veyron owners have been in the car already.
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