Bugatti Divo for sale US & EU specs
Price +€5 Million
Only those owners who currently own a Chiron are eligible to get their hands on the Divo.
At its heart is the Chiron’s 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged W-16, which pumps out a heady 1,480 horsepower. Acceleration to 100km/h is accomplished in about 2.5 seconds, which is the same as in the Chiron, but track performance is very different. Thanks to a combination of less weight (-77 pounds), increased downforce (+198 pounds), and higher lateral acceleration (1.6 g), the Divo managed to lap Italy’s Nardò handling circuit a full 8.0 seconds faster than the Chiron. That’s a huge difference given the circuit’s short 1.74-mile distance.
The gains were achieved primarily by the new aerodynamics. The front cover is equipped with air intakes which reduce the effective cross-sectional area of the vehicle, as well as air curtains to help channel air to the sides of the vehicle. The newly-designed, wide front spoiler also provides higher downforce and guides more air to the front air inlets.