Bugatti has revealed a brand new hypercar to the public at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Called the Divo, it is based on the Chiron chassis but revamped with entirely new carbon fiber bodywork. Because it has a more rigid chassis in comparison to the Chiron as well as an increase in downforce of 198 pounds, its top speed is limited to 236 MPH.
It contains the same W16 power plant as the Chiron but weighs 77 pounds less – meaning the Divo laps the Nardo test track eight seconds faster. The car comes in at a whopping $5.8 million USD, more than double the base price of the Chiron which costs $2.7 million USD. If you want to or have the means to cop, you might be out of luck as only 40 Divos will be made and orders have already been placed on all of them.
See photos of the Bugatti Divo above. In other automotive news, Infiniti debuts an ultra-sleek Prototype 10 concept car.