Once the design was finalized, the transfer film was applied to the customer’s car, a process that involved a rehearsal and several days of checks, according to Bugatti. The car was then painted, after which the transfer film was removed, revealing the final pattern.Bugatti has declared that the Divo is “made for corners.” It uses the Chiron’s 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged W-16, which produces 1,480 horsepower and allows for 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds. Those figures match the Chiron, but the Divo also is also 77 pounds lighter and has 198 pounds more downforce, making it more capable on a track. The Divo even visited the Nürburgring, although Bugatti never released a lap time.Deliveries of the Divo began in August 2020—two years after it’s unveiling—but the first cars didn’t reach the U.S. until this January.Since the Divo’s introduction, Bugatti has rolled out more limited editions, including two more track-focused models—the Chiron Pur Sport and Bolide. Perhaps a buyer of one of those supercars will request another unique livery.

HIGH-RES GALLERY : Bugatti Divo “Lady Bug”