Bugatti sold out 40 units of the $5.8 million supercar just after its reveal
Updated September 18, 2018
Bugatti, the French hypercar maker which is owned by Volkswagen Group, unveiled its Divo supercar. The Divo was unveiled on Friday 24th August in Monterey, California for a whopping $5.8 million.
The automaker showcased the car to only a few of its Bugatti customers and only 40 of its Divo model would be ever produced.
Bugatti’s Director of Design, Achim Anscheidt, stated “The Divo is a great example of our design philosophy by our company”
The supercar maker named Bugatti Divo after Albert Divo, a French racing driver who won many races in the Type 35 and also a two time Targa Florio winner.
Stephan Winkelmann, the president of Bugatti said: “Divo has been presented as a perfect balance between high-performance, straight-line dynamics, and luxurious comfort.”
The Divo is 77 pounds lighter than the Chiron and creates more downforce but shares the same quad-turbo, W-16 engine. The automaker has not yet revealed the 0-60 mile time and has limited the speed of the Divo to 236 mph.
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