Bugatti Divo: A Handling Beast for $5.8 Million USD

Bugatti Divo: A Handling Beast for $5.8 Million USD

Better Handling Chiron for $5.8 Million

Bugatti Divo - Front - Manufacturer Picture - EuroDrift

Bugatti Divo – Front – Manufacturer Picture – EuroDrift

Recently, Bugatti introduced the newest car to their fleet, the Divo. The Bugatti Divo is an exclusive, handling-focused spin-off of the Chiron. Instead of focusing on additional power, the Divo is much nimbler and readier for the track. At a price of $5.8 million USD, the Divo has already sold out of all 40 units. That’s a whopping $232 million in sales for Bugatti, without hesitation. Below, you’ll find out why the Divo differs from the Chiron.

1,500 Horsepower Quad-Turbo W16

Bugatti Divo - Engine - Manufacturer Picture - EuroDrift

Bugatti Divo – Engine – Manufacturer Picture – EuroDrift

Not surprisingly, the Bugatti Divo sports the powerful 1,500 horsepower quad-turbo W16 motor. The expectation is that this car will hit 60 mph in around 2.5 seconds. Although, the top speed will be 25 mph less than the Chiron at 236 mph due to the handling focus. But, the Divo will be quicker around the track making it a contender for the Nürburgring record. Digging a bit deeper, the Chiron and Divo will have the same brakes and tires, but there are other significant changes.

Differences Between Divo & Chiron

Bugatti Divo - Side - Manufacturer Picture - EuroDrift

Bugatti Divo – Side – Manufacturer Picture – EuroDrift

The Bugatti Divo and Bugatti Chiron can be seen as twin brothers in the Bugatti family. One tends to be a bit more powerful, while the other is a bit nimbler. This is mostly due to changes in their “genetic” make-up, which leads to separate performances. Firstly, the Divo has additional wheel camber and retuned steering. Secondly, the Divo has received revised driving modes including Autobahn, EB, and Handling settings.

Bugatti Divo - Interior - Manufacturer Picture - EuroDrift

Bugatti Divo – Interior – Manufacturer Picture – EuroDrift

Thirdly, the Divo sheds weight by dropping a few pounds via lightening parts. This weight loss begins with lighter wheels. Furthermore, there is a carbon-fiber intercooler cover and a lighter audio system. To drop it even further, some sound-deadening material is removed, and storage compartment size is decreased. As per the interior, the Divo has matte carbon-fiber trim, faux suede, specifically designed aggressive bolster seats, and larger paddle-shifters. Overall, these changes make this car quite a unique version of the vehicle.

Unique to the Divo

Bugatti Divo - Front Fender - Manufacturer Picture - EuroDrift

Bugatti Divo – Front Fender – Manufacturer Picture – EuroDrift

The Bugatti Divo is a unique vehicle from “head to toe”. This uniqueness begins with the rear grille. The rear grille is made of 3D printed fins, 44 of which light up as taillights. Next, the headlights are different with tiny horizontal LED strips and daylight running lights. These lights give the Divo a very personal look. Finally, the Divo has a French flag design on the front vents behind the fender.

Bugatti Divo - Rear - Manufacturer Picture - EuroDrift

Bugatti Divo – Rear – Manufacturer Picture – EuroDrift

The Divo is Basically the New Diva

Bugatti Divo: World Premiere – Bugatti – YouTube

The Bugatti Divo is quite a spectacular vehicle, it might as well be the new diva. The exterior attracts attention while the interior is fine-tuned and ready to perform. Hitting markets most likely as a 2020 model, the Divo will rarely be seen by the masses. And, at $5.8 million, plus being sold out entirely, this car is going to be quite a collectible vehicle. In conclusion, the Divo is another masterpiece for Bugatti as it works to build its footprint in the auto industry.

Bugatti Divo - Rear Corner - Manufacturer Picture - EuroDrift

Bugatti Divo – Rear Corner – Manufacturer Picture – EuroDrift

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