An exotic car workshop from Hong Kong has recently acquired the Gumpert company. This comes as a stunning turnaround for Gumpert which went bankrupt in 2013 after an unnamed investor backed out of the deal to save the brand.
Gumpert has only sold the ferocious Apollo in the market so far. Gumpert showcased the Tornate Concept Car and the Explosion supercar after the Apollo but none of them went into full-fledge production owing to lack of funds. Hopefully, the two projects can go forward now that Gumpert has new owners.
Now one can expect Gumpert to be present at the Geneva Motor Show 2016 but it’s uncertain if a new car will be launched by the company at the motorshow. It’s not easy to be a supercar manufacturer today considering the heavy competition and the ludicrous amount of money that goes into research, development and production.