Bugatti Divo Gets Camouflage Wrap in Wild Rendering

It looks like the Internet is looking for a way to pass the time while waiting for Bugatti to kick off Divo deliveries next year. And the standard reaction the world wide web has in such situations involves coming up with renderings that stimulate day dreaming.
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Well, here we are talking about a render portraying what appears to be a Divo gifted with a camouflage wrap. Then again, with this being 2019, the second skin job of the French machine looks more like... glamouflage.

Sure, wrapping a contraption that comes with a price of at least $5 million might seem extreme, but allow me to remind you that similar examples have already been spotted in the real world.

For instance, music producer Afrojack has gifted his Veyron and his Chiron with matching camo wraps (what a conincidence!).

Returning to the time when the Chiron-based uber-limited edition (the automotive producer is only bringing 40 units to the world, remember?) is scheduled to land, here's the official statement on the matter: "the Divo is to be produced from 2019 onwards together with the Bugatti Chiron at the brand’s headquarters in Molsheim, Alsace. The first deliveries to customers are planned for 2020,"

Keep in mind that the Divo show car that was displayed at this year's Geneva Motor Show appeared to be a mockup. For one thing, the machine didn't leave the show under combustion power, relying on electricity instead.

Oh, and speaking about the Internet becoming impatient as far as the arrival of the quad-turbo beast, a vlogger recently tried to trick YouTubers into believing he had taken delivery of the world's first Divo.

Of course, it didn't take long before the whole stunt backfired and he was called out for it. However, the shenanigan still brought the vlogger plenty of attention, so perhaps this was the plan all along.
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