It’s been quit exciting when news came that Bugatti will unveil a new supercar, specifically a four-door super saloon, at this year’s Frankfurt Motor Show. Then teaser pictures emerged and the car was named Bordeaux. During all these days Bugatti remained silent and neither confirmed or denied it. Now another report suggests that not only it won’t appear at the IAA, it might never make it into production as well!
According to The car connection, Bugatti won’t show its four-door concept to public. Instead, it’ll be shown to a number of prospective customers and dealers, and only if they approved it and made commitment to buy it, then Bugatti will make it in limited numbers! And even if they are going to produce it, it won’t be anytime sooner than 2012.
Honestly we cannot be sure about this report too! Maybe tomorrow they change their mind and reveal the car even before the IAA! No one knows!
In case Bugatti finally make the Bordeaux, it’s most likely for it to get the Veyron’s 1000 hp W16 engine in order to become the fastest ultra-lux saloon in the history of automotive. You can expect a 0-60 time of around 3.0 seconds and top speed of 250 mph.