Over the cost of nearly half a billion runs: Bugadie Divo officially delivered.

Nearly half a billion Bugay’s new supercars are finally coming to fruition. According tomedia reports, Bugadi’s first Divo model has been officially delivered at the Bugadi plant in Molsheim, France. Bugadie Divo made its world debut at the 2018 Pebble Beach Show, and the new car is named after Albert Divo, a French driver who twice won the Targa Florio title for Bugay, with a global limit of 40 units and a global price of 5 million euros (about 42 million yuan, equivalent to 17 Ferrari Roma).

Unfortunately, Divo has already sold out since its release.

Built on bugadic Chiron, the new car has been redesigned with a redesigned part of the front, maintaining the traditional Bugadie intake grille while reducing Divo’s cross-sectional wind area and making the overall look more aggressive.

In detail, Bugady gives the new car more customized ingredients, including body color combinations, body pulls, colored carbon fiber, and a wide selection of detail colors, so Divo is more able to meet the demands of the owner for customization than Chiron.

Compared to Chiron, Divo’s aerodynamic changes add an additional down force of 90kg, while also providing better cooling for the engine and brake system.

In terms of power, the Bugadic Divo is powered by the same 8.0T W16 four-turbo engine as Chiron, with a maximum output of 1500 hp, a peak torque of 1600 Nm, and a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission matched by the drivetrain.

It is worth mentioning that this time Bugady limited Divo’s speed to 380km/h, 40km/h lower than Chiron’s 420km/h.

Over the cost of nearly half a billion runs: Bugadie Divo officially delivered.

Over the cost of nearly half a billion runs: Bugadie Divo officially delivered.

Over the cost of nearly half a billion runs: Bugadie Divo officially delivered.