Shortly after taking delivery of a matte blue carbon Bugatti Divo, Miller Motorcars in Greenwich, Connecticut has received its third Divo, this time painted in a bright shade of Matte French Blue.
The Divo is capped at just 40 units worldwide and it appears likely that the United States will prove to be the single biggest market for the French hypercar. Much like the Chiron, those buying a Divo have a dizzying array of personalization options they can make to ensure their hypercar is unlike any other.
While this color is certainly flashy, we think it works perfectly with the sharp and aggressive design of the Divo. Further distinguishing this example from others is the matte black finish on the massive NACA duct on the roof and a pair of matte black stripes on the hood. There are also lots of exterior components finished in gloss carbon fiber, such as the front and rear fascias as well as the side skirts and rear wing.
The interior of this Divo is also unique. Whereas the passenger side of the cabin is finished in black, the driver’s side features French Blue leather and Alcantara on the seats, steering wheel, door panels and headliner.
As a reminder, the Divo features a quad-turbocharged 8.0-liter W16 engine just like the Chiron that produces 1,479 hp at 6,700 rpm and 1,180 lb-ft (1,600 Nm) of torque between 2,000 and 6,000 rpm.