Little is known about the upcoming Bugatti Galibier super sedan, the vehicle Bugatti president Wolfgang Durheimer boasted would become the undisputed leader in the luxury car segment. Featuring a massive 8.0-liter sixteen-cylinder engine, it debuted in 2010 as the 16C Galibier Concept and was eventually slated for a late 2012 release. That target has since been pushed back to 2012 at the earliest. While we wait for further news out of Bugatti HQ, Macedonian graphic designer Dejan Hristov supplied WCF with renderings of his proposal for the highly anticipated sedan. His innovations include concealed headlights, gullwing-style doors that obviate the need for a B pillar, and a rear spoiler that also doubles as the rear windshield cover. See more of his renderings in the gallery below.