The Bugatti Divo is a pretty remarkable car and Doug DeMuro has had the opportunity to review one of the few examples recently delivered to the U.S.
This particular Divo is clad in a blue carbon fiber finish that’s contrasted by a number of bright blue paint accents.
In developing the Divo, Bugatti wanted to make a car that wouldn’t just stand out from the Chiron on which it is based but is also better suited to track driving, even if very few of the 40 fortunate owners would be likely to ever take their Divo to the track. With this in mind, the new aerodynamic parts mean that it has an extra 198 lbs (90 kg) of downforce over a Chiron.
Among the key aerodynamic upgrades is the revised front fascia with a pronounced splitter, new vents along the sides, and larger rear wing compared to the Chiron. There’s also a bespoke diffuser not featured on any other Bugatti.
The incredible features of the Chiron continue in the cabin. Compared to the standard Chiron, the Divo is clad in distinctive matte carbon fiber, matte aluminum, and heaps of black and blue Alcantara across most exterior surfaces. The owner of this particular example opted for a two-tone finish with the driver’s side of the cabin finished primarily in a bright shade of blue while the passenger side is dominated by dark blue surfaces.