Imagine if Bugatti built a ground-breaking 1,500-hp luxury sedan.
Following the , Bugatti has been hinting at branching out into other segments for some time now. Last year, CEO Wolfgang Durheimer to Bugatti’s line-up to compliment the Chiron, fueling speculation that the four-door Bugatti Galibier Concept introduced at the 2009 Frankfurt Auto Show will finally enter production. Should this be the case, a luxury four-door Bugatti sedan is still likely to be a few years away as the automaker prioritizes the Chiron’s production.
has imagined how a production Bugatti super sedan could look. Using the Galibier Concept as a base, has incorporated elements from the Chiron to create a striking design, from the menacing front grille and slender headlights, to aero elements adorning the side profile. Chances are the production Galibier will retain the Chiron’s brutal 8.0-liter quad-turbo W16 engine. Being a sedan, it will also be front-mounted in contrast to the Chiron’s mid-engined setup. As much as we , it will most likely be detuned.
Later down the line, Bugatti is likely to expand its range with an to rival the Rolls-Royce Cullinan, a luxury EV, and small entry-level car positioned below the Chiron. We know, the idea of a Bugatti and EV sounds blasphemous, but it makes sense from a business perspective to improve the automaker's future financial stability.