Bugatti will make only 40 copies of the special version of the Chiron, which was named after the French driver of the 1920s race.
After the version of Chiron Sport, which was introduced earlier this year, Bugatti will soon launch a limited series of Chiron marked “Divo“.
The car was named after the pre-war Bugatti driver: Frenchman Albert Divo competed in the late 1920s for the factory team of this manufacturer and twice triumphed in the race “Targa Florio”.
Chiron Divo will have a premiere in California on Aug. 24, and Bugatti says this version is more oriented towards running on the race track.
For now, it’s not known what kind of modifications and improvements the standard Chiron used to become “Divo”, but it was announced that this car is “lighter and agile” and “generates greater downforce” compared to “ordinary” Chiron .
Production is limited to only 40 copies, each costing €5 million, excluding taxes that vary depending on the country in which the future owners of Chirona Divo live.
As a reminder, Bugatti Chiron Sport has a starting price of €2.65 million, which makes the model Divo almost twice as expensive.