Introducing: the Bugatti 16c Galbier

Finally, we have a glimpse of the newest, over-the-top amazing Bugatti.

8 tail pipes, a split-opening hood, insane chrome bodywork, a split line in the front windshield, a swooping rear end reminiscent of an old Bugatti Atlantic, Veyron-esque styling cues, Bentley-like size, and an insanely evil front headlight which reminds me of that weird old horror film The Car.

As usual with Bugatti—-it is completely insane. 800hp insane.  It’s got a W16 (similar to the one in the Veyron, but detuned) under the hood.  I’m assuming it is AWD.  Just take a bloody look at it will yer!! And watch the VIDEO at the end.

Here are the special ‘refinished” IEDEI photos of the new Bugatti 16c Galibier:

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VIDEO!

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3 thoughts on “Introducing: the Bugatti 16c Galbier

  1. N1kk3l says:

    I think the word monstrosity was created just for this thing.

    “8 tail pipes, a split-opening hood, insane chrome bodywork, a split line in the front windshield, a swooping rear end reminiscent of an old Bugatti Atlantic”

    These are all things that I would just love if they were executed the right way. Ettore used to make beautiful and elegant cars, this here is something hideous that only a Scheik would love.

    Just my 10 cents 🙂

    • iedei says:

      haha….it is completely overindulgent—i agree. I also agree that some of these features in an Ettore-era Bugatti construction would have been fitting and suitable, however in these times they look simply over-the-top! I guess that’s what they’re aiming for though…..in a time where it is difficult to ‘shock’ the world….Bugatti still attempts to! Whether it is comedy or glory is up to the spectator i suppose! 😉

  2. N1kk3l says:

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I’m just sharing my opinion here as I love your site and seek discussion with someone that isn’t at the mental age of 5.
    I don’t like the word “modern” I associate it with something that isn’t going to last. Somehow I can’t see in a future version of the IEDEI blog someone posting it and saying “This here is a classic”.
    “Here is a car from the time when the world was obsessed with everything big and over the top” is more fitting scenario.

    I keep looking at contemporary cars and wonder which ones will make the classic list in 20 years. What are your guesses ?

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