The 2019 Bugatti Divo is lighter, sharper and more accurate for performance on a secondary road and less efficient for the luxury and straight speed of the Bugatti Chiron. If you are immensely rich, you can consider him a passionate, Bugatti.
True, you can still say that this is based on Chiron, but Bugatti obviously spent a lot of time designing the 2019 Bugatti Divo. The front looks completely new, with only the V-shaped hood, something similar to Chiron. Everything else is different, starting with the headlights that have abandoned the four lamp design. Instead, Bugatti mounted extremely thin lights on the edges of the fascia. The horseshoe grate is wider and lower than the separator, which is also larger and generates two vertical fins on the sides. The boring Chiron side openings, quite small and rectangular in shape, have been replaced by much larger openings. This new bumper offers greater support force and delivers more air to the brakes. You can see more vents on the front hood, as well as between the V-shaped lid and the front fenders. The latter also has sports blinds on the wheels, just like a race car in its own right. He is still there, but he is now much smaller and only understands the upper half of the door. At the bottom, the side skirts have large vertical fins at the front and new air intakes at the rear. The rear fenders have also been revised, while the rear decks and the aft eave seem shorter. Bugatti has also created lighter special wheels for the 2019 Bugatti Divo. The roof of the 2019 Bugatti Divo has been designed to form a NACA air duct. In combination with the engine hood, the roof can send a very high air mass flow to the transmission to improve cooling. Which brings us to the back, where Bugatti has redrawn every inch of the fascia. Perhaps the biggest improvement is the height adjustable wing that functions as a pneumatic brake when turned forwards and is set at different angles for individual driving modes. The new wing is 23% wider than that of Chiron at 72 inches. Below we can see a new design of taillights. Integrated in the rear grille, it is composed of several fins printed in 3D. In total, 44 of these fins are illuminated, forming the luminous pattern of the 2019 Bugatti Divo. On the outer edge, the fins widen, creating a more intense light. Towards the center of the fascia, they are narrower, causing a gradual fading of the light. The bumper is a radical departure from the Chiron. There are massive vents on the sides and a wider diffuser developed with greater efficiency in mind. Four exhaust pipes in the center complete the look. The use of lighter materials, such as wheels and some body panels, also contributes to the empty weight of 77 pounds of 2019 Bugatti Divo. It goes without saying that the 2019 Bugatti Divo looks fantastic and you can see that he is more agile on the track just by looking at him. Bugatti finally abandoned the appearance of the wheeled potato that raged in both Veyron and Chiron.
And like most chirons, the 2019 Bugatti Divo booth reflects the exterior in color. The alcantara that covers most surfaces is finished in 2019 Bugatti Divo Gray, as are some of the metal parts, which are made of gray anodized glass. The exclusive blue color of 2019 Bugatti Divo Racing is visible on the dashboard, steering wheel, seats, door panels, center console and interior roof. Only a few features distinguish 2019 Bugatti Divo. First, the seats have a new design that offers better side support. Second, the steering wheel is partially covered with Alcantara and has larger pallets. Third, the center console armrest is wider for more comfort. To reduce weight, Bugatti has removed the storage compartments of the center console and door panels. Finally, the French firm used a thinner insulation material, also to gain weight. However, it is not clear if the cabin is noisier because of this.
I guess there is no room for disappointment with so many outputs available by simply pressing a pedal, but it would have been nice to get extra ponies. Bugatti does not say if the 2019 Bugatti Divo is faster from 0 to 62 thanks to its revised aerodynamics, but it will probably run the sprint as fast as the Chiron, which has a score of “less than 2.5 seconds”. It’s a 25 mph drop from the Chiron. It goes without saying that Bugatti will not beat any speed record with this car. Although it is not faster at 100 km/h and its maximum speed is lower than that of Chiron, the 2019 Bugatti Divo is a much faster car on the track. According to Bugatti, the 2019 Bugatti Divo rode the Nardo track eight seconds faster than Chiron’s. Indeed, Bugatti focused on improving the dynamics of the curves of the car by updating the chassis and increasing the curvature. The extra support force, the more aerodynamic body, the lighter curb weight and the improved brakes also contribute to this. Suspension and steering have also been configured to provide a more direct response and sportier handling on all models. However, we still have to see this supercar running on a race track like the Nurburgring before drawing the appropriate conclusions. As a reference, the Koenigsegg Agera RS weighs 3,075 pounds, while the next SSC Tuatara tilts the scales at just 2,750 pounds. The 2019 Bugatti Divo is not as light as a supercar prepared for the track. Its weight is closer to that of the BMW 7 Series.