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Bugatti is finishing up the limited production run of the Centodieci, the supercar is a tribute to the EB110 and Bugatti limited its production to 10 models only.


The last unit of the retiring Centodieci was finished in the French Bugatti factory of Molsheim, the car then was delivered to a lucky anonymous owner. The Centodieci is a vivid reminder of the iconic 1991 EB110 model. Launched in 2019, the car is practically a Chiron but with enough unique design features to make it a separate model. Despite running on a familiar powertrain, Bugatti put the car under serious testing to make sure that everything was perfect. The first prototype famously spent some time in the American desert for hot weather testing. Production of the Centodieci started in August 2021, but the sales book was closed well before that.

Following the Bugatti tradition, future owners were thoroughly involved in their cars’ design, and the carmaker for its part offered them an extensive choice of exterior and interior Customization options.



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The owner of this last model chose a Quartz White with a Black Carbon finish, and to interrupt the black and white theme, the brake calipers and the rear wing were painted Light Blue Sport.

The blue color sips into the interior as well, covering most of the seats, door panels, dashboard, and headliner. The rest is covered in carbon fiber, which is either bare or black-tainted. The finishing touch is a “Centodieci 10/10” badge stamped on the door sills, emphasizing the limited nature of this car.



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Under the hood, the Centodieci houses a monstrous quad-turbocharged, 8.0-liter W16 engine, designed to produce 1,600 horsepower which is 100 ponies more than what the Chiron – its sibling - makes. The torque is rated at 1,180 pound-feet. The engine is mid-mounted in an AWD configuration. The massive horsepower is channeled through a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, allowing the car to go from 0 to 62 mph in 2.4 seconds and reach a top speed of 230 mph.

Now that the Centodieci story is over, Bugatti still has plenty of work to do. The French carmaker still has to finish up production of the Chiron and start the 99-unit production run of the Mistral, as well as the 40 Bolide models.



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