Bugatti CEO Stephan Winkelmann unveils the Divo at the Quail Motorsports Reunion.
The Divo benefits from a completely new aerodynamics package and a retuned suspension.
The Divo's top speed is reduced to 236 mph, down from the Chiron's 261 mph thanks to the extra downforce.
Only 40 Divos will be built, each at a cost of nearly $6 million. All of them are already sold.
The Divo ditches the smooth elegance of the Chiron for brutal aerodynamic efficiency.
The engine in the Divo is still the same quad-turbocharged W16 found in the Chiron producing around 1,500 horsepower.
The aero package on the Divo is good for nearly 200 pounds of additional downforce, while the car has been lightened by 77 pounds overall.
One of the coolest parts of the Divo's new body is its roof, which has been turned into a large NACA duct.
The Bugatti grille is still present and prominent in the most extreme version of its most extreme car.
The Divo is named after two-time Targa Florio winner Albert Divo, who won in Bugatti's legendary Type 35 grand prix car.
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