See how the body of the Bugatti Divo hypercar is covered with a protective filmSeptember 8, 2020
A video has appeared on the YouTube channel Topaz Detailing, which captures the mesmerizing process of installing a protective film on the complex body panels of the French Bugatti Divo hypercar. The price of the protective coating has not been specified, but there is no doubt that it is a very expensive pleasure.
Knowing that there are only 40 copies of the Bugatti Divo hypercar in the world, and the price of each of them is 5 million euros at the current exchange rate, it is easy to understand why the owner of the French Bugatti Divo invests heavily in additional protection of the body of his car. In this video, Topaz Detailing explains the process of applying chip and scratch protection film.
The process of applying film to the body of the rare Divo hypercar is especially interesting.
A car of a very complex shape with many small body parts that require individual attention. In addition, there are not so many flat panels throughout the body. This means that Topaz Detailing specialists must pay special attention not only to the installation of the coating, but also to the removal of all air bubbles.
Watching the process in this video makes you respect the talent of these installers. Anyone who has tried to stick stickers on a model car knows that getting them to lie flat and exactly in the correct position can be a very nervous process.
As a reminder, Divo uses the Chiron W16 engine. Engineers have focused on aerodynamic changes to significantly increase downforce. The team also managed to reduce the weight of the car by 35 kg. The changes allowed the hypercar to complete the Nardo test track eight seconds faster than the Chiron hypercar.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ and Pur Sport were finalized in Nardo. The world renowned test track in Italy has become a test site for two Bugatti hypercars.
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