The Bugatti Divo is powered by a quad-turbo 8.0-liter W16 engine with 1479 hp.
Bugatti gave the keys of three Chirons to Pierre-Henri Raphanel, who set a speed record with the Veyron SS in 2010.
Bugatti is remaining mum about who the owner of La Voiture Noire is.
Right now this is only a rendering, but it’s not unreasonable to expect Bugatti to give it a go.
The Juventus star would need to wait two more years for Bugatti to finish building the bespoke hypercar.
Bugatti is actually building more Sport models than the “regular” Chiron at the moment.
Customer deliveries will commence later this year so Bugatti still has time to fine-tune the Divo.
Just 40 Divos will be built, and all were sold out last year with prices of around $5.6 million.
With just 20 units. this limited run Chiron Sport sold out fast, but it’s nevertheless present at the NYC auto show.
Underneath that poorly executed Bugatti Chiron body kit lies a 2nd-gen Hyundai Tiburon.
Bugatti’s second model could be use an electrified powertrain with a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine.
This unique Bugatti Chiron has just 336 miles on the clock, but the choice of colors is rather ubiquitous .