Today Bugatti has officially unveiled the all-new Divo, a $5.8 million supercar that will only be produced in a run of 40, all of which have already been purchased.
Under the hood of the Divo you will find the manufacturer’s iconic eight-liter W16 engine, featuring a power output of 1,500 PS and capable of producing 198 more pounds of downforce in comparison to the Chiron. According to Bugatti, the Divo can lap Italy’s Nardò handling circuit eight seconds faster than the Chiron, before topping out at 236 mph.
“To date, a modern Bugatti has represented a perfect balance between high performance, straight-line dynamics and luxurious comfort,” says Bugatti president Stephan Winkelmann. “Within our possibilities, we have shifted the balance in the case of the Divo further towards lateral acceleration, agility and cornering. The Divo is made for bends.”
Aesthetically, the Divo is highlighted by a wide front spoiler, new rear diffuser, and a wider rear spoiler that adjusts height automatically and serves as an airbrake. Lighter wheels and a carbon fiber intercooler cover then help reduce weight, in addition to a lighter sound system.
The Divo is named after two-time winner of the Targa Florio, Albert Divo.
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