GENEVA (Bloomberg) -- Bugatti is considering the development of a four-door sedan as a follow-up for its new 2.4 million-euro ($2.7 million), two-seat Chiron.
"I can't get the idea for a four-door limousine out of my head," Bugatti CEO Wolfgang Duerheimer said in an interview at the auto show here. "It’s one of the options we might look into again as a possible next project."
Bugatti toyed with a four-door car five years ago when it presented the Galibier concept
The brand is also open to adding an electric model to its lineup, Duerheimer said. While the marque decided against electric motors for the 16-cylinder, 1,500-horsepower Chiron unveiled at the auto show here because of the added weight, "that doesn't mean we abandon this topic forever," he said.
Bugatti is more of a manufacturer for automotive collectors rather than a traditional car company. This limited audience has had special sneak previews of the Chiron since last July. Even though they've never driven the car, many have paid 200,000 euros, or $250,000, to get on the pre-order list for one of the 500 Chirons that will be built.