Not once but twice back in the 1920s, famed French racing driver Albert Divo won the Targa Florio race in Sicily for the Bugatti team. Now, to mark the approaching centennial anniversary of that storied decade for the brand, Bugatti is slated to release a limited edition hypercar in his name.
Dubbed the Bugatti Divo, this lighter weight and more agile version of the Chiron (yes, that is possible), promises higher downforce and greater g-forces when fully engaged. It features a massive 1,500 horsepower quad-turbo W-16 engine — identical to the Chiron — but now hosts revised driving modes, retuned steering, and additional wheel camber. The ride’s exterior is no joke either, complete with the likes of 3D-printed fins for the grille, LED headlights, lighter wheels, a carbon fiber intercooler cover, and a lighter audio system. All told, the updated design sheds 77 lbs off the build when compared to the Chiron. Unfortunately, all 40 examples have already been reserved by those able to shell out the $5.8 million required to purchase their very own Divo tribute. Maybe next time.