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Bugatti Divo Has Spectacular Crash, Only as a Rendering

Whenever a new supercar or hypercar shows up, people think of its first crash. It's inevitable and with the world wide web allowing us to bring you the news as quickly as possible, one simply can't avoid the thought. Well, we are now here to bring you what is... not the first accident of the Bugatti Divo.
Bugatti Divo crash rendering 1 photo
Instead, we're looking at a rendering. And judging by how the Internet works nowadays, it's actually amazing it took the web so long to mess with the Molsheim halo car.

Regardless, the pixel play shows a seriously damaged Divo resting on the back of a platform and it's no surprise that this is the kind of image that can give one a small headache.

Digital artist Yasid Oozeear is the one behind the rendering and if you think this image is wild, you should see some of his other works.

On a more serious note, we'll remind you that we recently discussed two major points on the French automaker's future.

The first involves the fate of the quad-turbo W16 engine that has defined the modern era of the company and it seems that the days of the 8-liter monster are numbered. Instead of coming up with an all-new W16, the B people will focus on hybridization (here are more details on the matter).

Then there's the second model in Bugatti's lineup. The company has been weighing the possibility for years and it seems this is getting closer to becoming showroom reality.

For one thing, we spotted a covered machine that seemed to be a Bugatti four-door last month. Nevertheless, no fresh details on the matter have emerged.

Well, Bugatti could also aim for an SUV. After all, the segment has constantly been gaining traction and the Bug badge would easily bring the world's most impressive crossover.

However, the company would probably have to test the waters via a concept car first, so this development isn't exactly ready to step into the showroom.

 
 
 
 
 

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