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The Bugatti Divo May Be $5.8 Million. But You Can Still Drive It

How the team behind CSR Racing 2 builds digital versions of today’s most coveted cars.

The Bugatti Divo as it appears in the hit video game CSR Racing 2.

The Bugatti Divo as it appears in the hit video game CSR Racing 2.

Source: NaturalMotion

Before this year, supercar manufacturer Bugatti had released only two vehicles in the 20 years since it was revived by Volkswagen AG: the 1,200-horsepower, $2 million Veyron and the faster, more powerful $3 million Chiron.

In August the company brought out a third car, the Divo. The track-focused menace is barnacled with strakes, ducts, and spoilers worthy of a Mad Max battlewagon, and it leers from a pair of scimitar-shaped LED headlamps. Producing 1,500 hp from its quad-turbocharged 16-cylinder engine, it’s capable of 2.5-second runs to 60 mph and reaches a top speed of 236 mph. Each of the 40 vehicles produced cost $5.8 million; they all sold within 24 hours.