Bugatti's new Divo sold out as soon as the Volkswagen Group brand began showing the 5 million-euro ($5.8 million) supercar to potential buyers.
All 40 units of the coupe, which is based on the Bugatti Chiron, were bought immediately when the automaker showed it to a "small group of selected Chiron customers," Bugatti President Stefan Winkelmann said in a statement.
Bugatti said the Divo was tuned for agility, nimbleness and optimum handling performance on winding roads. The 1,480-hp car will be street legal.
It can lap the Nardo handling circuit in southern Italy 8 seconds faster than the Chiron, Bugatti said.
The Divo has significantly higher performance in terms of lateral acceleration, agility and cornering compared with the Chiron, Winkelmann said. "We have shifted the balance further toward lateral acceleration, agility and cornering," he said in the statement.
The Divo shares the Chiron's 8.0-liter W-16 engine. Its top speed is limited to 380 kph (236 mph).