While a few high-end carmakers have succumbed to the pressure of building an SUV, Bugatti is adamant that it has no plans to do so. This was revealed by Bugatti president Stephan Winkelmann in an article posted on the company’s site, whereby he stated that an SUV would not do justice to the brand or its history.

The rest of the article focused on the company’s history, given that Bugatti will celebrate its 110th anniversary this year. Winkelmann also touched upon vehicle production, with Bugatti making a total of 76 cars in 2018. He added the production of the Chiron, which is limited to 500 cars, is allocated until the end of 2021.

However, while an SUV isn’t in Bugatti’s future plans, Winkelmann has a few surprises planned for the company’s birthday, including a grand tour of places where Ettore Bugatti was active and the presentation of further models.

That last bit could point towards a four-door model that has been rumoured for almost ten years now, ever since Bugatti rolled out the 16C Galibier Concept. However, such a model remains a rumour for now, as the company has given no indication that it will make such a car.