Bugatti boss Thomas Bscher resigns

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    Exclamation Bugatti boss Thomas Bscher resigns

    In a surprise move, the head of Bugatti Thomas Bscher has resigned and it’s rumored that he left his post because of the frustration faced under the leadership of Volkswagen AG boss Martin Winterkorn. German newspaper Der Spiegel reports that Bscher was a key backer for the introduction of a second Bugatti model, but when asked about the possibility of a new model, Winterkorn acknowledged that it might be Bscher’s wish, but added “some wishes will stay dreams.”

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    Re: Bugatti boss Thomas Bscher resigns

    It always sound like these German companies are run like Feudal enclaves

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    Re: Bugatti boss Thomas Bscher resigns

    Bscher needs to buy a vowel for his last name.

    Top management shakeups are not very surprising when the parent company (VW Group) has a new CEO. Maybe Winterkorn is tired of the money pit that Bugatti surely is - doesn't each car cost the company multiples of its sale price to actually build, when you consider the costs of development and the extremely low production volume? It's a sweet halo car, but probably financially imprudent. I'll be curious to see what happens after Veyron production ends - will Bugatti shutter itself again for a few decades or try another model?
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