This year, Buggati produced and released 40 of the ultra-luxury '2021 Bugatti Divo' supercars, each with its own unique design elements. Unfortunately, for prospective customers, the final model has been revealed and sold to a customer in Europe.
According to Bugatti, the final model pays tribute to the company's long history at Le Mans by donning a special Buggati blue paint job that is intended to match the hue of its last factory-made racecar to win at Le Sarthe. Like the other Divo's this model houses a 1,479 horsepower quad-turbo W16 engine.
Certainly not for the frugal-minded, these bespoke supercars cost their owners over 5 million dollars a piece, a value that – given their exclusive nature – will surely appreciate in years to come.
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