Impacted by the health crisis and changes in regulations, Bugatti is suspending work on a new model.
The future is getting more murky every day for Bugatti. Stephan Winkelmann, who chairs the French brand, has just revealed to Bloomberg that the plan to expand the regular range with a second model has been frozen. Winkelmann was quick to mention the car in question, which could be an electrified four-seater GT, for several years. But the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic have forced the manufacturer to put its development on hold. "We were discussing a second model for the range. It is now blocked due to the coronavirus crisis; we are not talking about what is planned for the future," he explained, much less talkative than in the past.