The company has previewed its Chiron-based Divo hypercar ahead of its launch on August 24. Shots of the car's tail-lights and the outline of a large fixed wing were revealed in a video that the company released on its social media.
The hypercar is named after the 1928 and 1929 Targa Florio-winning, French Bugatti race driver Albert Divo. The Divo will be the first project undertaken by the company's newly resurrected coachbuilding division and it will be revealed at The Quail Motorsports Gathering later.
The Divo is expected to be powered by Bugatti's stonking 1,500hp, 8.0-litre, W16 quad-turbo engine. Bugatti will charge £4.42 million for each of the 40 Divos that will be made.