The new Divo will be built around the Chiron's chassis and 1,479 bhp engine and is built to take on corners.
A new Bugatti is on its way and it has only one purpose: to blaze through corners. The new Bugatti Divo is a limited-edition hypercar built as a homage to Albert Divo, the French driver who won the Targa Florio twice for Bugatti in the 1920s.
Bugatti says the new Divo will be built around the Chiron's chassis and 1,479 bhp engine. In the honour of Albert Divo's twists around the mountain track, this new beast will get better driving dynamics, more suited for twists and turns and Bugatti promises it to be light and nimble and boasts of exceptional handling properties.
Apart from chassis and engine details, not much else has been revealed. However, Bugatti does say the bodywork will be all new, reminiscent of their coach building days.