But the video could be fake. And we say "could" for legal reasons. First of all, a car like the Divo wouldn't be delivered on such a crappy truck. Second, he never films it being unloaded. To make it even more suspicious, the vlogger never steps in front of it, never sits inside and when the exhaust is to be sampled, the camera magically stops working properly.
Now, to be honest, even if this was a real Divo delivery, we wouldn't have watched it. The modern car vlog format involves showing yourself showing, eating breakfast, telling your fans you love them, begging for subs and only then revealing the car. On top of this, Mo films almost every video with his sister for some reason.
The other two videos show a guy making fun of Mo and faking his own Bugatti Divo delivery. If we're honest here, the audience for a video like Mo's is... they're not old enough to drive. But they can, however, still watch a YouTube ad and make you tens of thousands of dollars.
Granted, that won't get you a Divo, of which only 40 will be sold at a price estimated at $5.8 million. But it's enough to finance some kind of basic supercar buy. It's a shame, since Mo used to have some good content.