Now, That’s A Dealer Markup: Bugatti Divo Build Slot Comes With A $2 Million Premium

You’ll have to sell way more than a kidney (which, by the way, is illegal in most countries) to be able to afford a Bugatti Divo.

Listed by a car dealer located in Munich, Germany, this particular example, or rather build slot, was discovered on Mobile.

It’s offered for an eye-watering €6,650,000, equal to around US$7,600,000 at today’s rates, before taxes, or €7,913,500 / $8,989,970 with 19% VAT in Germany. That’s about twice the cost of a barely-driven Chiron, or three to four times more than a Veyron, depending on its condition.

All this makes for a hefty $2 million profit, give or take, since the official sticker price is around the €5 million or US$5.7 million mark.

Also Watch: Bugatti Chiron Hits 261 MPH, Sounds Like A Fighter Jet Taking Off

The seller claims this particular Divo will be built close to the end of the year – December 28, to be precise. So, it should come in handy for a Christmas gift to the few one-per centers who can actually afford it.

This example has been ordered with a black bodywork over an Alcantara interior. As expected, it’s packed with all sorts of features worthy of the price tag, but what justifies its monstrous price, even without the huge premium, is the fact that it’s going to be a limited run of just 40 units.

The Divo is powered by the same 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged W16 engine as the Chiron, which makes 1,500 PS (1,479 hp / 1,103 kW) and 1,600 Nm (1,180 lb-ft) of torque, enough for a 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) in under 3 seconds.

Compared to the Chiron, on which it is based, it sports a revised suspension and steering, and it also weighs 35 kg (77 lbs) less. Despite that, its top speed is electronically limited to 380 km/h (236 mph), as Bugatti claims there are no tires on the market than can safely exceed that number on the road.

Note: The Bugatti Divo seen in all pictures here is not the one listed for sale

more photos...
  • robotlogic

    $2 million more than the 20% markup they already get on the base price of $5 million?
    These guys are turds! I hope Bugatti takes their allotment away for being douchebags.

    • Dude

      Lol who are they being douchebags to? Someone who only had $5.7 million for a car? Bugatti probably likes this. Increasing exclusivity and desirability, thought whatever means, allows them to charge even more for the cars.

  • Six_Tymes

    Whoever is the first to crash one of these, if that happens, will be known in car circles as the biggest IDIOT JACK ASS on the planet.

    • Belthronding

      people call it ”accident” , and not only idiot jack asses but every humanbeing might experience it some day,even if she/he has 5 million bucks or not.

    • Major Lee Gassole

      It will simply be an investment and whoever buys it probably won’t drive it. That’s a shame, but that’s just my opinion.

  • SteersUright

    Stunning machine. Probably better built than anything else in its price range. Is anything else in its price range?

    • Dude

      Better built? Any Rolls Royce might be but they’re less expensive and not hypercars.There’s nothing in production that compares really. With a base price of $5.7 million the Divo is the 3rd most expensive car of all time. The Koenigsegg CCXR Trevita and Lamborghini Veneno Roadster at $4.8-$4.5 million are close. The Mercedes-Benz Maybach Exelero ($8 million) and Rolls Royce Sweptail ($13 million) probably are but they’re also not hypercars.

  • CJKnox

    Divo? More like Diva.

  • Bob

    Damn, this makes so many expensive cars look like bargains.

  • rodriguez256

    This is one awesome car, I love everything about it. Looks like a concept car.

  • karmat

    I think I’d just buy a Chiron and a used Veyron as a daily driver.

  • ErnieB

    I don’t see it.. I think it’s ugly but I find the Senna much more appealing to me.. definitely would buy a Konessegg and senna and a ford GT..and.. okay any other hyper car other than this..

  • MIL1234

    far from the simple design language of Ettore Bugatti
    Lambo ceo Stephan Winkelmann can’t make nothing else but lambos

  • annon

    I like it design-wise, just don’t like the fact that the build of the rear combi lamps are copied from the AM Vulcan, I mean if you want to be “unique” at such a price tag then come up with something different?

  • Dude

    If Bugatti was so pompous that they didn’t want their cars in the hands certain people of then they’d have a system like Ford does for the GT. That clearly isn’t the case given that Mayweather and Chris Brown were allowed to buy Chirons. My point is that your notion of this being a douchebag move is nonsensical because who cares about inflating the prices of toys for rich people?

  • Just when you thought you would finally be cool in a Chiron, this thing comes along… damn.

Massive Gallery Lets Us Bask In The Glory Of The 2020 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4

The new Cayman GT4 keeps the same recipe, to which it adds a new engine and more efficient aero kit.

Man Tries To Steal BMW, Owner Jumps In, Makes Him Crash And Flee On Foot

The owner had left her dog inside the car and was determined to not let anything happen to her.

Driven: 2019 Kia Rio Does What It Says On The Tin

Engine refinement and light steering aside, the Rio is an extremely competent, and affordable, supermini.

Ford Mustang Bullitt Goes For A (Legal) High-Speed Run On The Autobahn

The reincarnation of the iconic ‘Stang was so successful, Ford announced it will extend its production run.

Porsche Taycan Demonstrates Its Speed At NYC Formula E Course

The Taycan made its third and final stop in the company’s Triple Demo Run at the Big Apple.

Mario Andretti’s Lamborghini Countach Is A $500k Piece Of Automotive Royalty

Lamborghini only ever built 321 examples of the Countach 5000 S, and this one had a very special owner.

Toyota Kicks Off New Ad Campaign As 2020 GR Supra Arrives At Dealers Later This Month

After a 21 year absence, the Toyota Supra will return to dealerships soon.

Ranger Danger: Ford Reportedly Working On A Bronco Pickup To Battle Jeep Gladiator

The hardcore pickup is expected to be based on the next-generation Ranger and could go into production in 2024.

HSV SportsCat Series 2 Sequel Brings Enhanced Styling, Equipment

The Holden Colorado-based off-road truck receives cosmetic changes that make it look more aggressive.

VW Plans To Launch Autonomous Vehicles In The Middle Of The Next Decade

VW believes fully autonomous vehicles will primarily appeal to the fleet operators and the rich.