The Bugatti Divo is a mid-motor track centered sports vehicle created and made by Bugatti Automobiles S.A.S. The vehicle is named after French dashing driver Albert Divo, who hustled for Bugatti during the 1920s winning the Targa Florio race twice.

The vehicle takes motivation from the Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic alongside the Bugatti Vision Gran Turismo idea as far as plan and has track execution as its fundamental core interest. The vehicle incorporates an updated fumes framework including quad fumes pipes, a 1.8 meter wide fixed back wing (23% more extensive than the retractable wing on the Chiron), a NACA conduit on the rooftop that channels air to the back of the vehicle on a focal blade and at last on the back wing for improved downforce, a huge front jaw spoiler, progressively refined side skirts, bigger air admissions on the front, new head lights and tail lights, a vent in the hat for improved radiator cooling and vents on the front wheel curves to cool the brakes.

The inside in the Divo is moderately like the more rich Chiron, however has Alcantara and carbon-fiber trim so as to spare weight.

Other prominent changes incorporate stiffer springs and dampers, carbon-fiber wiper cutting edges and intercooler cover, notched wheel spokes, decreased sound protection, a lighter sound framework and expulsion of the extra spaces present in the entryways and focus reassure for a weight sparing of 35 kg (77 lb) over the Chiron Sport. The motor, a quad-turbocharged W16 unit, is held from the Chiron alongside the 7-speed double grip transmission.

The vehicle is 8.0 seconds faster than the Chiron around the Nardò test track as per the maker and creates 456 kg (1,005 lb) of downforce at top speed, 90 kg (198 lb) more than the Chiron.The top speed is, be that as it may, decreased to 380 km/h (236 mph), attributable to the additional drag delivered by the streamlined components and because of unnecessary weight on the tires coming about because of a lower ride stature. Power yield is unaltered from the Chiron, with 1,103 kW (1,500 PS; 1,479 hp) at 6700 rpm and 1,600 N⋅m (1,180 lb⋅ft) of torque at from 2000 to 6000 rpm. Quickening from 0-100 km/h (62 mph) is likewise unaltered from the Chiron at 2.4 seconds however the Divo has a higher parallel speeding up (1.6 g versus 1.5 g in the Chiron). The Divo does not have the top speed mode opened with an extraordinary key as present on the Chiron.

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