French supercar maker Bugatti is currently on a high with its new Chiron supercar which was launched at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.
The first of the customer Chiron cars will reach their new owners later this year but despite the success of the Veyron's successor, Bugatti CEO Wolfgang Durheimer is looking at what's in the future.
Durheimer confirmed to Car and Driver that Bugatti would not be making two different type of cars at the same time. "We are following a sequential pattern," says Durheimer. "We don't want to make two model lines, but we are deciding on the product that would succeed the Chiron."
Durheimer also spoke about the future of Bugatti after the Chiron and all its variants have run their course. Durheimer said, "We are weighing four strategic alternatives, all of them sensational. One of them is the Galibier."