Bugatti announced that three of the four Divo hyper sports cars commissioned through the dealership partner Bugatti Beverly Hills were recently delivered to their owners. The three unique vehicles demonstrated their skills under the Californian sun at the private racetrack “The Thermal Club” in Palm Desert, California, before making their way to their new owners.
A highly customized, high-performance, and exclusive Divo hyper sports car brings back Bugatti’s coachbuilding tradition to life. It is powered by Bugatti’s iconic eight-liter W16 engine with a power output of 1,500 PS and is limited to a top speed of 380 km/h.
The aerodynamics of the model have been intensively fine-tuned and the suspension and chassis settings have been modified. For the front end of the Divo, an entirely new architecture with additional air inlets and a wide, newly designed front spoiler, was developed to ensure optimum air supply and increased downforce.
In total, only 40 Divo will be produced at the Atelier in Molsheim at a unit price of 5 million euros each. The first deliveries of the hyper sports car took place in August 2020 and all Divo will have been delivered to their owners during the first months of 2021. The hyper sports car was sold out even before Bugatti showcased it back in 2018, and every Divo customer owns a Chiron.
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