Bugatti‘s first modern four-door sedan was revealed this week at the Geneva Motor Show, just a few months after it was first teased to the press. To say the new Bugatti 16 C Galibier Edition is breathtaking would be an understatement, as this return to original form is a stunning achievement for the French automaker. The Bugatti 16 C Galibier Edition takes the brand’s emphasis away from the now trademark sectional front-end design for a more refined appeal. Earlier renderings showed the 16 C with its typical raised grill and dropped headlights in blue and silver, but the design here seems to have unified these sections in an all black paint job.
Bugatti was originally known for luxury, and while this emphasis never really passed, the focus of the mark seemed to be on performance. The Bugatti 16 C Galibier Edition is a return to form that we strongly support. That Bugatti grille and back-end logo look so comfortable on this design, as the emphasis on luxury seems to have returned to Bugatti’s primary focus– at least in this vehicle. Now if only we could find a way to scratch together the $1.6 million asking price… [bugatti via nvelt and notcot]