Albert Divo was one of Ettore Bugatti’s best drivers. He dominated the 1928 and ’29 Targa Florio in a Type 35, and brought home the win both years. Everyone knows Bugatti builds fast cars, but what about cornering? Both the Veyron and Chiron have the world’s most capable AWD systems, but they also have a sixteen-cylinder engine behind the cockpit.
The Divo is en route to Pebble Beach and Bugatti has teased it as a corner carving track machine. Only 40 examples will be produced, and the design was not influenced by its predecessors. Each one will be built to order, using traditional coachbuilding for the finer details. We will be at The Quail next Friday to see it in person, so be sure to follow our Facebook page for complete coverage.