Bugatti's latest concept car was actually unveiled a couple days before the start of the Frankfurt Auto Show, in France, but it certainly fits with the spirit of an auto show that's playing host to new super-sedans
like the Bentley Mulsanne
and Rolls-Royce Ghost
. Described as one of several concept studies the automaker is considering -- which means, "you may or may not like it, we may or may not make it" -- the Galibier features a variant of the 1000-horsepower W16 engine found in the Bugatti Veyron, all-wheel drive, dark-blue carbon fiber body panels, ceramic brakes and, of course, the distinctive Bugatti grille. Inside, there's a Parmigiani clock that can be taken out and worn as a wristwatch. Just in case you need to tell someone what time it is.