Many of you have probably heard the Bugatti mentioned in rap songs, but if you are a real car enthusiasts more than likely you know all about the elite automaker. It took Bugatti years to develop the Bugatti Veyron after the original release date was pushed back and it appears that they are taking a similar path with their much anticipated four-door super-sedan. Although plans are reportedly moving ahead at Bugatti headquarters in France, to succeed the Veyron with a version of the Galibier, Bugatti pushed back the release of their newest edition the Bugatti 16C Galibier to 2015 as they return to the drawing board to redesign parts of the car. The delay and changes are a result of feedback from current Veyron owners.
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