1000HP Bugatti Galibier Concept Car Into Reality As Bugatti Royale
In the world of elite luxury cars, Bugatti was in the lime-light in the last decade due to the company's racing pedigree of the car and the last record of world production break the supercar Bugatti Veyron. This time will be a production version of the car, which is based on the concept car "Bugatti 16C Galibier" (first seen in 2009), is now expected to be called the "Bugatti Royale."
Bugatti was founded by Italian Ettore Bugatti as a high performance car manufacturer in 1909 in Molsheim, Alsace. The company known for its racing pedigree are big racing success, especially early Grand Prix after winning the first Grand Prix of Monaco. Bugatti pinnacle of success was with Jean-Pierre Wimille driver who won the "24 Heures du Mans" twice (once in 1937 with Robert Benoist and again in 1939 with Pierre Veyron).
The company went into a slow decline after the death of "Ettore Bugatti", who died in 1947 and was sold to Hispano-Suiza in 1963, since then, the company has had several owners and little success as a brand. That was until 1998, when the German car manufacturer "Volkswagen AG" bought the rights to produce cars under the Bugatti, the famous historic car brand was back in business, through design and development the car "Veyron" elite sports, Bugatti once again was back on the wanted list and in the case of the Veyron in the record books.
The version Bugatti Veyron "Super Sport" is still the fastest production car road-legal in the world with a top speed of 431.07 km / h (267.85 mph), with a high standard of finish and ultra details, some think of it as a work of pure automotive art.
With all this in mind Bugatti wanted to go further and produce four-door sedan version called "Royal", it will always be fed the same "W16 engine" one found in the Veyron. The engine will run on bio-ethanol again this tick is an environmental box, even a little.