The Bugatti Divo is excellent. It has the looks, speed, and performance to shut up the competition. However, for everything it does have, it lacks something that could keep it out of garages around the world. It’s not the $5.8 million price tag, nor the fact all 40 examples already sold are the issue here. It’s the lack of practicality. Or at least that’s what I think. But a new Bugatti rendering from Rain Prisk fixes that problem by turning the Divo coupe into a Divo shooting brake.
Bugatti has to perform major surgery to turn the Divo into a proper shooting brake. The Divo is a mid-engined car with the powerful engine sitting behind the cabin. To make room for added storage and elongated roof, the engine has to move to the front. You can see in the rendering how the front end is longer than your standard Divo, making room for the W16 engine and its 1,500 horsepower.