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Bugatti substantially reworking Galibier before seeking final approval

by Noah Joseph (RSS feed) on Sep 27th, 2011 at 4:01PM

The Galibier is dead. Long live the Galibier. Plans are reportedly moving ahead at Bugatti headquarters in Mulsheim, France, to succeed the Veyron with a version of the Galibier concept super-sedan unveiled back in 2009. But before the company's CEO Wolfgang Dürheimer makes the final pitch by the end of the year to the board of the Volkswagen Group for final approval, some significant changes are being made. For one, the car is being made longer. The whole rear end is being thoroughly redone. And the engine, originally proposed as a detuned version of the Veyron's 1000+horsepower... Read More

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