3 of the 4 Bugatti Divo cars commissioned by Bugatti Beverly Hills have been successfully delivered to their owners.
The Bugatti Divo is the manufacturer’s newest and quickest model to date. Only 40 of them will be produced worldwide, and Bugatti Beverly Hills was honored with commissioning four of them.
Today, three of those four Divo vehicles were successfully delivered to their very lucky owners. However, before delivery, these three cars met up for one last drive together.
The three unique hypercars met at the private racetrack “The Thermal Club” in Palm Desert for one last hurrah before they go their separate ways. While temperatures stagnate around zero in Molsheim, the headquarters of the French luxury brand, the three Divo vehicles fresh from production were able to demonstrate their skills under the Californian sun.
“To see these spectacular automobile works of art go from a piece of paper to sitting here in front of me is a phenomenal feeling,” says Tim O’Hara, General Manager Bugatti Beverly Hills. “It was a very involved and lengthy process that demanded our best skills and expertise. To deliver 4 of only 40 to be built in the world and see the project through fruition is deeply gratifying.”
Highly customized, high-performance and exclusive. With the Divo, Bugatti has developed a hyper sports car that revives the coachbuilding tradition of the luxury car manufacturer. It is powered by Bugatti’s iconic eight-litre W16 engine with a power output of 1,500 PS and is limited to a top speed of 380 km/h.
In total, only 40 Divo will be produced at the Atelier in Molsheim at a unit price of 5 million euros each. The first deliveries of the hyper sports car took place in August 2020 and all Divo will have been delivered to their owners during the first months of 2021.