Bugatti teases the world with its latest hypercar - the €5 million Divo
Bugatti teases its audience with the first glimpse of its Chiron-based Divo hypercar ahead of its launch on August 24. Following the brand's confirmation that a track-focused named Divo is on the way, shots of the car's tail-lights and the outline of a large fixed wing were revealed recently.
The hypercar gets its name from the 1928 and 1929 Targa Florio-winning, French Bugatti race driver Albert Divo.
The Divo is expected to get Bugatti's 1,500hp, 8.0-litre, W16 quad-turbo engine, but lightweighting measures, downforce-boosting bodywork, upgraded suspension and other corner-friendly mechanical tweaks are confirmed.
It’s likely that the hypercar will complete the brand's line-up for the foreseeable future, given that it will be the third variant launched in two years. Bugatti will charge £4.42 million for each of the 40 Divos that will be made.