Bugatti Divo was named in honor of the Albert Divo.
Albert Divo was born in Paris on January 24, 1895. In the 1920s, Albert Divo was a two – time winner of the Targa Florio race on the mountain roads of Sicily.
And in 1922 Divo competed in the endurance race of the International Tourist Trophy on Man Island.
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Power output : 1,100 kW ( 1,480 hp ) Engine : 8.0 L, quad-turbocharged W16
The Divo is a dialed Chiron up to 11. The car’s aerodynamics were fully reworked. It therefore features a new front end with an optimized package of aerodynamics.
Unlike the Chiron, the Divo sacrifices lateral acceleration straight-line speed (1.6Gs). Simply put, it coins quickly, extremely quickly. On the Chiron, the rear wing is 23% wider than that.
Divo’s skin, its cabin is not too different from Chiron’s. The main change comes from the new bucket seats, the extra lateral support of which is here to ensure that the occupants can handle the 1.6 g that the animal can deliver through the corners.
Buttons are also new – the driving mode selector is on the left, while the start / stop button of the engine is on the right.