We Might Get a Four-Door Bugatti After All
If the only thing holding you back from purchasing a Bugatti was the lack of a four-door model — and not its hefty price tag — then today is your lucky day. The 16 C Galibier Concept was introduced nearly five years ago, and it isn't as dead as we all once believed. PHOTOS: See More of the 2009 Bugatti 16 C Galibier Concept
Bugatti CEO Wolfgang Duerheimer told Automotive News that although the project is on hold, it's still being revisited now and then for a possible future production car. Former CEO Wolfgang Schreiber had said last year that a four-door Bugatti was not going to happen because it didn't fit the company's philosophy. It looks like the new Wolfgang has different thoughts on the matter.
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As to when this four-door Bugatti would make an appearance, that's anyone's guess, but it likely won't be anytime soon. The replacement for the Veyron 16.4 is next up with a probable debut next year. So a production Galibier will simply have to wait.
When and if the Galibier sees production, speculation has the four-door's W16-engine producing 1,340 horsepower with a top speed of 235 mph.
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