The Divo ends its 40-unit race with a car inspired by the history of Bugatti at Le Mans.


The final Bugatti Divo has been produced and is currently on its way to a customer somewhere in Europe, the hyper-luxury, hyper-performance French automaker announced this week.

Launched at Monterey Auto Week 2018, Bugatti (now Bugatti-Rimac) never planned to build 40 copies of the Divo, all of which apparently sold out before the reveal. To be fair, there’s no real news here, we just couldn’t turn down an excuse to post a few more photos of this truly rare beast.



None of the 40 examples are identical. Each $ 5.78 million car is a unique production with unique paint, leatherwork and stitching, the color and materials of which have been specified by each unique customer.

Divo number 40 wears Bright EB 110 LM Blue exterior paint – reminiscent of the last Bugatti official 1994 Le Mans factory racing car – which is accented with dark blue carbon. The coupe sits on contrasting matte gold metal wheels. Inside, more cerulean hues, this time French Racing Blue and Deep Carbon Blue, are offset by elements in matt gray carbon.



Although unique themes, all Divos share their Based on Chiron foundations, with an output of 1,479 horsepower and 1,180 lb-ft of torque thanks to Bugatti’s 8.0-liter W16 engine. The Divo is slightly slower than the Chiron, limited to just 236 mph, but improved aerodynamics, refined handling and lower curb weight give it a maximum lateral acceleration of 1.6G, which should make the limited edition more useful in the corners … at least, for those who are daring enough to attack the track in a car worth four times the average American will win of their whole life.




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