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Virtual Insanity

Can’t afford the $5.8 million Bugatti Divo? You can still drive it
The real-life and virtual Divo

Before this year, supercar manufacturer Bugatti had released only two vehicles in the 20 years since it was revived by the Volkswagen Group: the 1,200- horsepower, $2 million Veyron and the faster, more powerful $3 million Chiron.

In August the company brought out a third car, the Divo. The track- focused menace is barnacled with strakes, ducts, and spoilers worthy of a Mad Max battle wagon, and it leers from a pair of scimitar-shaped LED headlamps. Producing 1,500 horsepower from its quad- turbocharged 16-cylinder engine, it’s capable of 2.5-second runs to 60

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