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Bugatti 16C Galibier | Four Door Concept Car 2009

2X Chiron + Next 911 Testing on NRing

Wondering why? You're not alone. One thing is for sure. This is not a simple high-speed testing. On one hand the "entry-level/stock" Chiron is electronically limited to 261 mph (420 kph), however Andy Wallace, the official test-driver of Bugatti, told that this top speed is only because of the current tires. And we all know this speed is not exactly something we would call user-friendly . Even 400 kph might be dangerous . But more than 280 mph (450 kph) is achievable with this car. Even 300 mph. On the second hand the Nurburgring is not the right track for chasing high-speed aspirations. Don't forget that just recently Bugatti has presented the Chiron Sport in Geneva . So this can only mean that a new Bugatti is in the pipeline. Might not even be a Chiron... And there is always the Winklemann -factor. Remember all those limited edition Lamborghinis? Something is telling us that the president of Bugatti is planning a surprise. We wouldn't go as far as Galibier

Bugatti 16C Galibier | Four Door Concept Car

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