Bugatti grabbed headlines this weekend at the Concours d’Elegance in Monterey, California with the world premiere of the all-new Divo. The brand’s latest hypercar is named after French racing driver, Albert Divo and uses the stout W16 engine, boasts 1,479 horsepower — not a typo — and weighs 77 lbs less than a standard Chiron. Its top speed is limited at 236 mph and according to Bugatti, it lapped the Nardò handling circuit eight seconds faster than the Chiron; no doubt aided by a claimed 1.6 g of lateral grip. Even if you have $5.8 million sitting around, you still won't get your hands on a new Divo since all 40 examples are already accounted for.