The Bugatti Centodieci is a new supercar made for the celebrations for the 110 years of the birth of Bugatti, the well-known French brand has chosen to make available to its selected customers a surprising model.
Bugatti Centodieci, heir to the historic Bugatti EB110 is capable of stealing the eye even from customers with the finest palates.
What is the Bugatti Centodieci
The Bugatti Centodieci can be considered as a real super car, with a rather similar bodywork compared to the historic Bugatti EB110 and EB110 Super Sport, the air intakes on the rear of the side are inspired by this last.
It is characterized by a horseshoe-shaped front grille, combined with extremely thin LED headlights, a strongly streamlined line, the carbon fiber splitter and the latest generation air intakes perfect for proper aerodynamics.
The aesthetic aspect is therefore extreme, but characterized by a high degree of elegance that makes the heir of the Bugatti EB110 a car to be admired.
At the rear, a fixed wing should not be left behind, denoting the true sporting connotation of this model, in common with other examples of the brand such as the Bugatti Veyron.
The new Bugatti Centodieci can hold many positive surprises for the few who have the luck (and money) to try it. It is equipped with a W6 engine with 8 liters of displacement and a maximum power of 1600 horses.
Truly remarkable numbers, to which we must add a maximum speed limited to 380 kilometers per hour and acceleration from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour in about two and a half seconds. The ratio between weight and power is only 1,13 kilograms, giving life to a model capable of combining performance, design and uncommon quality.
Print run and price
The new avant-garde model of the historic brand may be available in a very limited edition. In fact, there is talk of only ten copies worldwide, whose price obviously will not be the most popular.
La supercar it could be called Bugatti EB110 Hommage and would be available at a cost of just over 8 million euros. For a car capable of standing halfway between a bright tradition and an even brighter future, the lucky few could afford such madness.