After the 11 o’clock preparation and inspection process, the first Bugatti Divo cars began to leave the factory for their owners. From the time of launch, owners of these Divo have to deposit and wait up to two years to be able to welcome the super product worth 5 million euros to their garage.
“Divo marks an important milestone in the history of Bugatti spanning more than 110 years. Divo will now be featured in our history book, alongside cutting-edge supercars like the Veyron and Chiron, ”said Stephan Winkelmann, Bugatti President. “Divo started a new era at Bugatti – the era of modern” parcel “super cars. With Divo, we have created a personalized masterpiece, a must-have model for any Bugatti collection. ”
This model is named after Albert Divo, a French pilot and racer who has also been a Bugatti’s racer for a long time. In that span of 20 years, Divo has won numerous victories, in addition to six Grand Prix and two Targa Florio wins.
On this super sports car, we can see the efforts of Bugatti engineers to make the car more stable and faster on the track, partly demonstrated with the car’s appearance. The front, Bugatti’s signature grille is retained, however, the design is somewhat stronger and more angular. The front diffuser and the front spoiler are made larger. Bugatti also optimizes the wind drag coefficient when designing a more comfortable front end. LED headlights, extending above the wheel arches.
On the hood, Bugatti is equipped with two NACA air ducts to optimize the airflow leading to Divo’s giant W16 engine. Behind, Divo owns an active spoiler and “shark fin” as on F1 or Le Mans racing cars. The Divo’s new spoiler is 16% wider than the Chiron’s. The new diffuser contributes to the Divo better grip and cornering with up to 1.6G lateral acceleration. With all the air cavities as well as the wings and diffusers, the vehicle’s pressure increases by 90 kg and also helps cool the engine and brakes better.
Bugatti has applied digital design and advanced 3D printing technology to develop this supercar. The use of 3D printing technology has helped Bugatti save raw materials during the manufacturing process as well as create more difficult structures. The rear lights and exhaust pipes are typical details of the 3D printing technology that Bugatti uses on this model. “Visually, we’ve structured the Divo with an outer, organic and inner part, mechanical part. Therefore, we can emphasize the character of the car and the Divo makes it more sporty, ”explained Frank Heyl, Bugatti Design Director.
According to Bugatti’s announcement, thanks to the use of carbon materials and the removal of some soundproofing parts, the Divo’s weight is 35kg lighter than the Chiron. However, with a weight of 1,996 kg, Divo is also quite heavy compared to other hypercar. Vehicles still use W16 engine with a capacity of 1,500 horsepower. This Bugatti’s supercar can reach a speed of 100 km / h from a stationary position in just 2.4 seconds, the maximum speed is limited to 380 km / h. The Bugatti Divo consumes 35.2 liters of fuel for 100 km in urban road conditions, 15.2 liters on the highway and 22.5 liters in mixed road conditions.
Supercar company from France will produce a total of 40 Divo cars with the starting price of each car is 5 million euros.
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