Ahead of an official debut next month, the Bugatti Divo has been teased again on the company’s Facebook page. A brief video and photo reveal some of the details that will be present on the company’s new model, which is even more handling-focused that the recent Chiron Sport.

Named after Albert Divo, a French racing driver who won the gruelling Targa Floria race twice in the late 1920s, the upcoming Bugatti model also brings back the company’s coachbuilding tradition. The custom-made body will rest on top of an existing chassis (likely the current Chiron’s) with a number of revisions.

Bugatti says the Divo will have outstanding handling properties and the dynamic character of the car will be underlined by a new, strong design language. It also claims the car will be “light and nimble and will boast enormous downforce and g-forces.”

This is largely thanks to the improved aerodynamics, as the photo of a side wing suggests. Other tweaks such as an improved suspension and weight reduction measures will also help the handling department. One thing that is likely to remain unchanged is the engine, with the Chiron and Chiron Sport’s 8.0 litre quad-turbo W16 engine continuing to provide 1,500 PS and 1,600 Nm of torque.

Rest assured that such a car will not be cheap nor available to the masses. Reports indicate the nett price for a Divo is five million euros (RM23.7 million) and that just 40 units will be made compared to the Chiron’s 500-unit planned production run.

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