Bugatti once entertained the notion of a five-door fastback named the 16C Galibier, showcasing the renowned W16 engine with some noteworthy tweaks. The concept hinted at a fusion of luxury and performance, exploring new possibilities for Bugatti enthusiasts.

Recently, a fresh digital depiction surfaced on Instagram courtesy of Colekessel, showcasing a model that draws inspiration from the Chiron. This intriguing design features a fierce expression, and dynamic lines throughout, and houses an electrified V16 engine within a four-door coupe framework. If given the green light for production by Bugatti, this creation would undeniably join the ranks of high-performance vehicles.

Introduced to the world four years ago, this remarkable creation is set to grace the assembly line in 2024, with a mere 300 units destined to be brought to life. Under the hood, it shares the potent 5.0L bi-turbo V8 engine with the Jesko, generating an impressive 1,500 horsepower at 7,800 rpm and a substantial 1,106 lb-ft (1,500 Nm) of torque at 5,000 rpm. As it gears up for production, this limited edition promises to be a rare and powerful presence on the automotive stage.

At present, the possibility of a Bugatti crossover/SUV is confined to the realm of speculation, as the company directs its attention toward crafting the successor to the Chiron. A hyper-sedan, too, remains in the shadows for now. Regarding the latter, various creative minds in the world of rendering have taken a shot at envisioning its form over the years. Their interpretations have evolved from the initial Galibier concept, with each attempt refining and reshaping the pixels to imagine a future Bugatti hyper-sedan.