Bugatti may not have unveiled the Chiron just yet, but the hypercar apparently has a challenger, which promises to be even faster.
The car is called ApolloN and it will be produced by Apollo Automobil GmbH, previously known as Gumpert, which was acquired by Team Venture, owner of De Tomaso.
The image posted on their Facebook pace reveals the “ApolloN” moniker, blacked out roof and A pillars, extended side skirts, large wheel arches covering the multi-spoke wheels with Michelin tires and what seem to be carbon ceramic brakes with red calipers.
Apollo did not have much to say about its powerful machine: “Today we are still building the fastest road car on the planet, we are and we will always be a force in the restive advance of performance, and for us as engineers, this is reason enough. Here we present you ApolloN. ApolloN will mark the first milestone of Apollo Automobil. Stay tuned for the new chapter.”
We don’t know yet if the hypercar will be based on the original Gumpert Apollo or if it will be brand new, as nothing else about it has been confirmed at this point, but what we can tell you is that it will debut on March 1, at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.