Available, of course, by the standards of the company: it is assumed that it will cost from 500 thousand to a million euros, that is, one and a half to two times cheaper than the Chiron hypercar.
It seems that the leadership of the company finally matured to the adoption of the necessary release of the electric car: as stated by the CEO Stephan Winkelmann to Bloomberg, the negotiations are held with the heads of the Volkswagen group, for investment in the development of a second model Bugatti (their own firm to create a fundamentally new model not mastered).
The prospects outlined by Winkleman are quite rosy. If now the company produces about a hundred hypercars a year, the appearance in the model line of a more functional and affordable electric vehicle will increase production almost six times. Accordingly, the profitability of the company will grow.
And for the sake of expanding the audience Bugatti plans to change the format. The future electric car will not be a hypercar, as one might expect, but something more utilitarian. It is claimed that two options are now under consideration-either a comfortable four-seater Grand Tourer or a fast crossover, and definitely with a roll towards the latter. According to rumors, Bugatti is already looking for an opportunity to use as partners the well-known firm Rimac.
Accordingly, the idea of building a sedan, designed about 10 years ago, Bugatti refused, and the concept of Galibier will remain only spectacular, but existing in a single copy of the prototype.