For now, little information is available. We do know that the C16 Galibier uses the 8.0-litere W16 engine of the Veyron as well as many of its design cues. The front-mounted powerplant is hidden under a long hood that opens in two separate panels as a nod to early 20th-century cars. It can run on ethanol just like Bentley’s Supersport coupe.
Bugatti remains tight-lipped about the car's specifications and power, which should be somewhere between 800 and 1,000 horsepower. It’s an all-wheel drive with ceramic brakes and several carbon fiber panels painted in dark blue. The doors and front fenders are highlighted by polished aluminum in a tribute to the iconic Type 57.
The Veyron-like interior is understated yet infinitely luxurious. The Galibier is named after a 1939 Type 57 four-door and Alpine mountain road.
Of course, production plans and pricing are still unknown.