Bugatti delivers the tenth and final Centodieci hypercar

Bugatti announced Monday that it has delivered the tenth and final example of its Centodieci, a Coach-built special edition based on the Chiron hypercar platform.

The Centodieci was launched in 2019 to celebrate the EB110 (Centodieci is Italian for “110”), the 1990s supercar built by Bugatti prior to its acquisition by the Volkswagen Group, and the first Centodieci was delivered to its owner in June.

The car is part of a growing line of modern Chiron-based alcove specials that began with the Divo unveiled in 2018 and culminated with the Mistral roadster unveiled in August.

The final Centodieci has a white exterior with dark bare carbon fiber accents. Light blue is used for the brake calipers and a “Centodieci” lettering on the rear wing. Inside, the car features the same light blue color on all surfaces, including the “checkerboard” upholstery pattern, meant to evoke the quilted leather used in the EB110.

Last Bugatti Centodieci

Last Bugatti Centodieci

According to Bugatti, all lots for the Centodieci were sold before the car was even unveiled, although the price for one started at $8.9 million.

Now that all Centodiecis have been built and delivered, Bugatti will focus on building the last of its Chirons, the total of which is now fewer than 100 units, down from the original run of 500 units. The automaker will also build the Mistral run with 99 units and 40 examples of the pure racing car.

Also coming soon is the Chiron successor, which Bugatti boss Mate Rimac has already hinted at for 2023, and with a hybrid powertrain that includes a newly developed gas engine. The Mistral is proven to be the last car to feature Bugatti’s famous 8.0-litre W16 quad-turbo engine.

The Centodieci also features the W-16. Here the engine is tuned to deliver 1,577 hp, or 97 hp more than the Chiron, and Bugatti claims the car will go from 0-100 km/h in 2.4 seconds, 0-200 km in 6.1 seconds /h and will accelerate from 0 to 186 km/h in 13.1 seconds. Top speed is governed at 236 mph, which is lower than the Chiron’s governed top speed of 261 mph. Each of the Centodiecis was pushed to the 236 mph limit as part of their pre-delivery inspection.

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