Bugatti Divo conceptualized as front-engine GT and result is stunning

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Bugatti Divo Rendering

When it comes to aesthetics and performance of a perfect GT hypercar, Bugatti has a secret recipe for success. Over the course of 15 years, they have hit jackpot with Veyron and now with Chiron. Both of the mentioned vehicles are mid-engine but what if someone conceptualized it as front-engine grand tourer with current design language. Rain Prisk have design front-engined Bugatti Divo and looks fascinating. Proportion of Divo have been comprehensively modified and now front is much longer to accommodate massive 16-cylinder, quad-turbo engine. Similarly, rear end has been modified and is now more upright than the stock model.

Now that engine is not behind the seats, roof continues uninterrupted down to the rear decklid since, there is no need of massive amount of cooling. French based automaker is reportedly working on second model but it won’t be looking like this rendering. Certain report suggest that they might develop a crossover which have parts from Lamborghini Urus. However, Bugatti version could a two-door and smaller and lighter than Urus SUV. Power in the speculated model would come from twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8 engine with some form of electrification to enhance the performance and to incorporate stringent emission control.

Some claims that Bugatti is seriously considering a modern-day Royale that is based on stretched version of the architecture that is currently being used on Porsche Taycan. With the help of all-electric powertrain, it would deliver an output in region of 900hp. However, new Royale and Urus based crossover has been confirmed for production. There is a small chance that we might something completely different in a form of small supeerrcar. For now, check out the render version of Bugatti Divo and tell us what you think about it.

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