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Bugatti 16C Galibier Super Sedan

Bugatti Galibier 16C Super Sedan (Concept Car)

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Bugatti Galibier Concept 2009

Bugatti Galibier Concept 2009

As the climax of its centenary celebration ceremonies, Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. presented customers and opinion-makers with the Bugatti Galibier Concept, intended to be the most exclusive, elegant, and powerful four door automobile in the world last weekend in Molsheim.





Technique: those are the brand values to which Ettore Bugatti and his son Jean oriented themselves in order to develop even more powerful engines and even more noble body designs for each new model, which were without equal in quality, handling, speed and elegance.

The Bugatti Galibier‘s design masters the challenge of uniting sportiness with the comfort and elegance of a modern four-door saloon. The basic architecture picks up on the torpedo-like character of the Type 35, which was already revived in the Bugatti Veyron, and reinterprets it.

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Top 29 Exquisite Cars

1. Bugatti 57 S(C) Atlantic (1938)

Bugatti 57 SC Atlantic 1938

For the Bugatti Atlantic Coupe, Jean Bugatti’s goal was to design the ultimate high-speed grand touring car.

According to Paul Bracq, “the Atlantic is a monument in the history of French coachbuilding. More than any other car, it expresses a Latin look. An incredible sense of lightness is given off by this sculpture.”

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Powered by a straight 8 cylinder engine fitted with twin overhead camshafts and a compressor, this beauty is also incredibly fast, capable of reaching 200 kph.

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2. Bentley “Blower” (1929)

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Forget Aston Martin. The Bentley Blower was the car Ian Fleming chose for 007 to drive in his earliest novel – it was James Bond’s first car.

This 1929 4½ Liter Birkin “Blower” Bentley was one of three Birkin Bentleys entered in the 1930, 24 Hour Le Mans Race where it was driven by Benjafield & Ramponi.

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3. Mercedes-Benz SSK “Count Trossi” (1930)

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Chassis number SSK 36038 was originally bodied by Touring as a Spyder, without doors and with cycle fenders. The Mercedes-Benz SSK “Count Trossi” was entered by Antonio Maino for the 1931 Mille Miglia.

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Bugatti Veyron Nocturne

Bugatti Veyron Nocturne

Bugatti shows three new special editions of their Bugatti Veyron and Veyron Grand Sport at the Dubai Motor Show today which are exclusively build for the Middle East market. The three special editions consist of one Grand Sport and two regular Veyron models. Like previous special editions, the three editions shown in Dubai feature special exterior and interior colours and use of special materials like magnesium and platinum.

The Bugatti Veyron Nocturne is the first of these special editions and is limit to just five pieces.

Bugatti Veyron Nocturne – Price €1.65 M

Bugatti Veyron Nocturne

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Special Bugatti Veyrons

Bugatti Veyron special edition

Watch out MX-5 and Elise – the Bugatti Veyron is well on its way to becoming the most special editioned car yet. After the Pur Sang, Sang Bleu, Centenaire et al comes this rather shiny and expensive trio.

First up is the Nocturne (main pic). It’s based on the Bugatti Veyron coupe, with a combination of polished aluminium and a black finish on the outside, and an extravagant interior that boasts a nanocoated magnesium dashboard and galvanised platinum centre console. Obviously.

Five Veyron Nocturnes will be made, and they’re all bound for the Middle East, although its 1.65million euro (£1.5m) pricetag is probably more of a stumbling block than the geography of its sales plan.

It’s on display at the Dubai motor show alongside two even more limited edition Veyrons. There’s the Sang d’Argent coupe – silver paint and aluminium outside, quilted and personalised seats inside – and the Soleil de Nuit Grand Sport cabrio, which mixes blue/black paint with mirrored finishes on the exterior and has a contrasting burnt orange interior.

Both are one-offs (although that’s perhaps for the best), priced at around 1.5million euros each (£1.35m). As usual, the changes are cosmetic meaning the Veyron’s ‘regular’ 16-cylinder 8-litre engine remains untouched. With 1000bhp on tap and a 253mph top speed, that’s probably no bad thing…

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