There will only be ten Bugatti Centodieci built in the world. The launch vehicle was white, while the first customer car was blue – the same colour as the previous EB110. Now, Bugatti has revealed the latest customer car in silver paint – and it looks absolutely stunning next to an EB110 Supersport in the same colour.
The EB110 Supersport, or SS, was the lighter and more powerful version of the EB110 GT, and the silver Centodieci pays homage to this finish, as evidenced by the photos. The EB110 SS featured here is owned by Turbollection, a historical automobile collector.
The five cooling holes on the B-pillar, which are present on both cars, are a clear tribute to the first Centodieci customer car. However, on the Centodieci, the vents help to cool down Bugatti’s W16 engine, which produces 1,600 horsepower (1,176 kilowatts). The EB110 SS, on the other hand, is powered by a 3.5-liter quad-turbocharged V12 engine. The Centodieci’s rear also bears a resemblance to the EB110 SS, thanks to the glass cover and light signature.
Other design homages can be found on the Centodieci’s silhouette and by modernising Bauhaus-inspired flat surfaces and details on the EB110.
The Bugatti Centodieci is more than just good looks for the uninitiated. It can accelerate from zero to 62 miles per hour (100 kilometers per hour) in 2.4 seconds, from zero to 124 miles per hour (0-200 kilometers per hour) in 6.1 seconds, and from zero to 186 miles per hour (0-300 kilometers per hour) in 13.1 seconds. The top speed is electronically limited to 236 miles per hour (380 kilometers per hour).
As previously stated, only ten Bugatti Centodieci units will be built for customers, with all of them already sold for 8 million euros, or roughly the same amount in US dollars at current exchange rates.