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News Bugatti Divo to Debut Next Month

19:03  11 july  2018
19:03  11 july  2018 Source:   automobilemag.com

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New Bugatti Divo coming next month | DriveTribe - drivetribe.com. The name Divo comes from the French racing driver Albert Divo , who won the News .8-Million Bugatti Chiron Divo To Debut At Pebble Beach? - ca.lalalay.com. Not only that, but the Divo is also a lot pricier than the fully loaded

Bugatti is making 500 copies of the Chiron, 70 of which were sold last year. If that model is not exclusive enough for you, Bugatti is selling a new car it calls the Divo . Limited to 40 units, the model will bear a much higher price tag than the Chiron.

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Bugatti is making 500 copies of the Chiron, 70 of which were sold last year. If that model is not exclusive enough for you, Bugatti is selling a new car it calls the Divo. Limited to 40 units, the model will bear a much higher price tag than the Chiron. Instead of around $3 million, the Divo will cost 5 million euros, or around $5.87 million at current exchange rates.

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The model derives its name from Albert Divo, the French driver who won the Targa Florio race on a mountainous circuit in Sicily for Bugatti twice in the late 1920s. Inspired by the requirements of this race, the Bugatti Divo boasts a lighter weight, higher downforce, and greater g-forces to improve handling. The model will also feature a new design language.

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Bugatti Divo Whips Pebble Beach With Hot Looks, Handling Prowess. Fast forward to present day, a new report indicates Bugatti had a similar preview in New York where The official reveal is scheduled to take place next month at Pebble Beach, but customer deliveries won’t kick off until 2020.

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"The Divo is made for corners," said Bugatti President Stephan Winkelmann in a statement. He continued, "With this project, the Bugatti team has an opportunity to interpret the brand DNA in terms of agile, nimble handling in a significantly more performance-oriented way."

It's likely the Divo will borrow significantly from the Chiron. That could include the Chiron's quad-turbo 8.0-liter W-16 engine that churns out 1,479 hp and 1,180 lb-ft of torque. We'll learn more when the Divo debuts on August 24 at The Quail—A Motorsports Gathering during Monterey Car Week.

Limited-Edition Cars Are Making Aston Martin a Ton of Money .
Aston is valued at more than $6 billion, a marker of huge success. And the automaker owes a lot of that to limited-production, high-profit models. Aston Martin announced today that it's considering going public with an offering later this year on the London Stock Exchange. The BBC reports Aston could be valued at £5 billion (roughly $6.4 billion), a remarkable marker of success for the brand's turnaround under CEO Andy Palmer. As part of its announcement today, Aston Martin also shared that it made £445 million ($576 million) in the first half of 2018.

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