2019 Bugatti Divo

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At the IAA international auto show last year, Bugatti’s Chiron broke the record for going from zero to 249 mph, then back to zero in under 42 seconds, in the span of 2 miles. Divo is the Chiron successor and it’s even quicker. Weighing 77 pounds less and putting out nearly 200 more pounds of downforce than the standard Chiron, the Divo was clocked doing zero to 62 mph in 2.4 seconds.

Added aerodynamics were a big focus for the Divo, and it sports a larger air intake, which directs part of the air back through the bonnet for extra downforce, while big, eye-catching air curtain ducts channel airflow around the car. The Bugatti signature central fin reduces turbulence and the rear wing is even wider than it was on the Chiron.
While the top speed will come in a hair lower than the Chiron — thanks to all that extra downforce — the 8 liter W16 engine with four turbochargers is still pumping out 1,500 horsepower at 6,700 max rpm and it’ll get you going upwards of 236 mph.

Well, perhaps we shouldn’t say it’ll get “you” going. It’ll get one of the specially selected customers going. They’ve already laid down their $5 million to get one once delivery of the Divo commences in 2020. As of now, all forty of the very limited run have been claimed. – Learn More

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