The Bugatti Divo is teased again ahead of a reveal next month, with a single photo and video of its tail lights giving little away.
A couple of weeks ago we revealed that the Bugatti Divo is on its way as a new range-topping model from Bugatti, using the Chiron’s underpinnings but, it appears, a custom body from Bugatti’s new coachbuilding service.
Just 40 Divos are being built, with each costing over £5 million in the UK, and it seems clear Bugatti are attempting to deliver a Chiron which is more focused on handling rather than outright top speed, with less weight and higher downforce delivering a far more nimble Bugatti.
With a debut for the Divo in less than a month at The Quail, Bugatti are upping the tease with a new photo and a new video, although neither gives much away.
You could say that the single photo of what appears to be the back end of the front wing shows a more angular design than the Chiron – complete with a French Tricolor – and the short video of the Divo’s tail lights (below) does, if you look really hard, appear to have a big fixed wing above.
Power for the Divo is expected to be the same 1,479bhp as the Chiron, which should mean, despite a focus on dynamics rather than outright speed, a 0-62mph of around 2.5 seconds and a top speed north of 230mph.
We’ll doubtless get more drips of information from Bugatti ahead of the Divo’s debut at The Quail on 24 August.