The one Bugatti Divo that stands out of all the 40 cars produced is the Divo ‘Ladybug’. We love this rather unique spec with deep red colour and intricate details. Here are some high quality studio shots of the masterpiece.
The Divo Ladybug was commissioned by @officialbugattihellbee. He also owns the Chiron Hellbee, which was the first Chiron to land in the US as well as a Veyron Grand Sport Vitesse nicknamed the Hellbug.
The Divo Ladybug is finished in a dual-tone of deep red and black. It has a diamond pattern on parts of its bodywork that are unique to this car. The diamond-cut wheels are also painted in the same dual-tone shade.
The interior is just as striking as the exterior. The Alcantara steering wheel has red leather on the centre and on the grips. There’s red detailing on the dashboard, gear selector and the door panels.
The Divo is based on the same platform as the Chiron. It is powered by an 8.0-liter, W16 engine that puts out out 1500 hp. Thanks to the quad-turbocharged motor the Divo can hit a top speed of 236 mph.