Bugatti delivered the tenth and final Centodieci to its owner, ending a significant chapter in the modern era of Bugatti coachbuilding. The Centodieci is a modern homage to Bugatti’s iconic EB110 supercar and total production was limited to just 10 units, which sold out before the Centodieci was even officially unveiled.
The Bugatti design and engineering team has reinterpreted the silhouette of the EB110, creating an all-new roofline and profile that sits much lower, as well as a new front-end visual identity inspired by the EB110’s horseshoe-shaped grille. The Centodieci also features the original car’s Bauhaus-inspired flat surfaces and details, as well as the EB110’s plate-shaped headlights, which have been further developed into state-of-the-art, slim LED headlights.
In addition, this Centodieci features a Quartz White exterior with a Black Carbon finish on the lower section, Black Matt grilles, Light Blue Sport brake calipers and a Light Blue Sport logo on the Black Carbon rear wing.
The interior of the model features light blue sport leather and a symmetrical square pattern on the seats, headliner, door panels, center console and floor mats.
Like its base model, the Centodieci is powered by a powerful 8.0-litre W16 engine that produces a maximum power output of 1600 hp, achieves acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.4 seconds and a top speed of 380 km /h is set .
With all 10 units delivered, the Bugatti Atelier in Molsheim is now concentrating on assembling the remaining Chiron models.