Bu­gatti Divo

Vision Magazine - - Auto -

The Bu­gatti Divo is named after Al­bert Divo the French rac­ing driver who won the fa­mous Targa Flo­rio moun­tain race twice for Bu­gatti. This ul­ti­mate sports car was built based on the Ch­i­ron, but has been given this spe­cial name and pre­sented it­self in a unique show light.

Divo is man­u­fac­tured us­ing a large quan­tity of car­bon fi­bre, re­sult­ing in the in­te­rior and au­dio fea­tures be­ing 34kg lighter than the Ch­i­ron. After op­ti­miz­ing the ex­haust sys­tem and rear wing, the Divo has more down­force, promis­ing a bet­ter han­dling ex­pe­ri­ence.

The in­te­rior of the Bu­gatti Divo fea­tures a com­bi­na­tion of leather and car­bon fi­bre boards. The 3-piece steer­ing wheel repli­cates the de­sign of F1 rac­ing cars. Even the seat­ing is de­signed to give you the feel of a rac­ing car.

The en­gine is an 8.0 L quad­tur­bocharged W16 with a power out­put of 1,103 kw. The Divo speeds up to 380km/h and ac­cel­er­ates from 0-100 km/h in 2.3 sec­onds.

The Bu­gatti Divo is to be made in a lim­ited se­ries of only 40 ve­hi­cles with a net price of €5 mil­lion ($A7.93 mil­lion) each, how­ever, this hasn’t stopped its pop­u­lar­ity with all 40 ve­hi­cles al­ready sold.

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