The Bugatti 16C Galibier was introduced to the United States at the Los Angeles auto show in 2009. It featured the same 16-cylinder engine as the Veyron with the same 1000-hp-or-so output. We didn\'t hear much about the car until last April when Bloomberg news reported that parent company VW OK\'d plans to build the ultra-luxury sedan. The report said that Bugatti and Bentley chief Wolfgang Durheimer had been pushing for the car to be made since his arrival. We experienced radio silence on the car for almost a year until yesterday, when the company uploaded a near five-minute video on YouTube extolling the virtues of the mythical beast. The video is full of symbolism and metaphors and an awful lot of fuzzy detailed shots of the car. We\'re not sure if this is a good sign for the Galibier. But more 1,000-plus hp cars are okay in our book.