Even minor damage isn't cheap to repair when your car costs seven figures.
Now that every Bugatti Divo has been delivered, we're starting to see videos and photos of customer examples. As one owner found out, driving a Bugatti on public streets is going to attract attention wherever you go. In Paris, one of only 40 Bugatti Divos in the world was spotted outside a luxury hotel.
Unsurprisingly, the rare hypercar attracted the attention of a crowd. A supercar spotter started filming and managed to capture an embarrassing mishap on video, which you can watch below. As the driver attempts to park in a space outside the hotel, the Divo reverses into a Mercedes CLS parked behind.
A hotel employee assesses the situation before helping the Divo driver park safely before they cause any more damage.
To be fair, the Divo's rear visibility is limited, but the accident should have been preventable because the hypercar comes with a reverse parking camera with front and rear sensors as standard - you would hope so considering how much the Divo costs.
Normally, accidents like this don't cause much attention or result in any damage. And if there is any, it's usually so minor you can hardly notice it and is easy to repair. But when your car costs seven figures, it can be an entirely different story.
It isn't clear if the Divo was damaged in the accident, but since the intricate body is made entirely from carbon fiber, even a minor scrape will be expensive to fix. Let's hope the driver is more vigilant next time they take the Divo out for a drive.
Customer deliveries of the Bugatti Divo started last August and the final car was delivered in July this year to its owner in Europe. No two examples will look the same, but each Divo is powered by an 8.0-liter quad-turbo W16 engine rated at 1,500 hp and 1,180 lb-ft.