A Qatari Sheikh recently sent a few of his rather expensive vehicles to London, England, to parade them around the UK capital during summertime.
Khalifa bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani (better known as K.H.K) recently sent his Lamborghini Sian FKP 37, Ferrari Monza SP2, and Bugatti Divo to London. We previously saw the vehicles being unloaded at night time in a video taken by British YouTuber TheTFJJ, but now we’re getting a better look at his Bugatti Divo thanks to images and video sent to us by reader Alex Stergiopoulos.
The $7.1 million Bugatti Divo was spotted in Mayfair, a wealthy district of London home to elegant Georgian townhouses, exclusive hotels, and gourmet restaurants. In the daylight, we can get a much better look at the dark grey exterior finish with French flag color accents. Blue, white, and red stripes run down the spine of the Divo, diverging to either side of the rear window. The motif continues on the gills above the front fender, and is even visible on the wheel, brake, and center cap emblem.
The Divo isn’t a “track version” of the Chiron per se, but instead an enhanced version of the model that’s more suitable for taking corners. The Divo is 35kg lighter than a standard Chiron thanks to a diet of carbon fiber, and sticks to the pavement better due to 90kg of added downforce. 1,479 horsepower is still provided by an 8.0-liter W16 and can propel the machine from 0-62mph (100km/h) in just 2.4 seconds, onto a top speed of 236mph (380 km/h).
You can’t just walk into a dealership with a gold-plated credit card and expect to buy a Divo either. First of all, all 40 examples are already sold out, and second, you have to own a Chiron already before you even think about picking up the phone to Molsheim.
Hopefully, we see more images of the Sheikh’s vehicles around London, especially the Lamborghini Sian FKP with its radical Purple paint job and Gold wheels. In the past, K.H.K has sent many of his supercars to London, including but not limited to a Ferrari LaFerrari, a Porsche 918 Spyder, a Bugatti Veyron Rembrandt, Pagani Huayra BC, and a Lamborghini Centenario.