The Bugatti Divo was unveiled at Pebble Beach in 2018. Since then, the car has been through a development phase, which was followed by testing. According to Bugatti, now that the development and testing has been finalized, the Divo is ready to go into production.
The production of the Bugatti Divo will kick off soon at the automaker’s Molsheim facility, also known as the Bugatti Atelier. Only 40 Divos will be built, all of which are sold. In fact, all pieces were sold even before the car was unveiled in the US. The first cars are expected to be delivered in 2020.
The Divo is an extreme version of the Chiron. It features a more aggressive exterior that generates 90 kg more downforce than the Chiron. The front features a typical Bugatti horseshoe grille and a low splitter. It has unique C-shaped headlights and front clam shell. The louvres on the front fenders and vents on the side just scream ‘race car’. The rear is unique to the Divo and features LED tail lights, quad exhausts and a massive diffuser. It unique rear spoiler as well.
The Bugatti Divo is powered by an 8.0-liter, quad-turbocharged W16 engine which produces 1500 hp and propels the car to a top speed of 236 mph.
The Bugatti Divo is one of few special editions the French hypercar brand has built in the recent past. This year alone, Bugatti unveiled three limited editions including the La Voiture Noire, Centodieci and the Chiron Super Sport 300+.