Gumpert Brags About New Investment, Bright Future

While Gumpert failed to bring anything really new to Geneva this year, the German company is far from retiring from the supercar business.
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It's been just one year since the automaker declared insolvency, and the Germans have announced new investment has been found for a relaunch in the next "few years".

As their latest brief press release shows, the automaker is quite euphoric regarding its future, and promises to introduce new models starting this year. "Our distribution and dealer networks are being expanded worldwide and sister models will soon be added to the Apollo. What's more, we'll already be presenting the first of these models this year at a major trade fair," said Managing Director Roland Gumpert.

The German company brought just two current-generation Gumper Apollo models at this year's Geneva Motor Show.
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