Bugatti 16C Galibier will start producing by 2013, that a report was received from Autocar. The report reveals the source of which can not be named claiming that because of the reviews. Bugatti the smallest but most exclusive priority in the VW group and not discuss them. But that will change thanks to positive reaction to the 2013 Bugatti 16C Galibier. Like the Bugatti Veyron, this car will have a limited production number of 300 units only. Car prices are also estimated to be around £ 900,000 (U.S. $ 1.3 million).
As far as design the 2013 Bugatti 16C Galibier features design cues that resemble the Veyron and the Bugatti Type 35 and the car is build from carbon fiber and aluminium.
The 2013 Bugatti 16C Galibier has a better looking interior than the Veyron and under the bonnet the W16 engine that uses four superchargers and produces 800 BHP will send it’s juice to all four wheels via a 8-speed automatic transmission.
Apparently, Wolfgang Duerheimer, the man who recently took over as head of Bugatti and Bentley, was the main proponent behind pushing Volkswagen to give them a break. The Galibier, a 1000 HP sedan, was first shown as a concept in 2010 and when put into production, will cost about $1.4 million. It will use a 16-cylinder engine that can run on both biofuel and gasoline. Production will require facilities in Molsheim, France, to be refitted, which may push back deliveries until 2013 or 2014.
The official name for the production model hasn’t been provided yet, but Bugatti’s decision to offer a production version sedan should come as no surprise considering Lamborghini has already confirmed the production version of the Estoque and Ferrari has brought out the FF. These competitors by no means come close to the power behind the Bugatti, but they do illustrate the luxury automakers that are taking advantage of the upswing the economy is making by expanding their lineups.