Generations Timeline, Specs and Pictures
Bugatti is more than a car-manufacturer.
It offers the most expensive vehicle that someone can buy as a new vehicle in the current market. After doing one special project, the Bugatti La Voiture Noire in one unit, the only French brand under the Volkswagen group decided to work on a limited series of 10 units of another special vehicle. It is called the Centodieci (One hundred and ten) and it is a double homage to the founder of the company and to the EB110, the car that brought back the Bugatti name on the market 110 years after Ettore Bugatti’s birthday, in 15th of September 1990.
The front of the car resembles the front of the EB110, but in a new interpretation and keeping up with the new needs of a modern hypercar. The bigger vents, larger air-intakes and a taller central “keyhole” are very easy to suggest the connection with the EB110. In the rear, a bigger wing resembles the aerodynamic element from the EB110SS.
The taillights have an aerodynamic role to redirect air from the big W16 engine. The 8.0-liter quad-turbo gasoline engine offers 1600 hp, 100 more than the Chiron, upon which the Centodieci is based. The transmission is a dual-clutch 7-speed gearbox, which sends the power to an all-wheel-drive system. The sprint from 0 to 100 kph (62 mph) is done in 2.4 seconds while the 0-300 kph (186.4 mph) acceleration takes just 13.1 seconds. The price tag is a cool 8 million euros. All of the 10 units have been sold.