First Customer €8M Bugatti Centodieci Driving on the Road!

Earlier this year, the first of ten Bugatti Centodieci supercars was delivered to its new owner. Following a lengthy and complicated process of testing, preparations, and assembly, one of the automotive industry’s most expensive and powerful products is now on European roads. And we mean that literally: this car was recently caught on camera in traffic.

Youtuber 912fordgt happened to be in the right place at the right time to capture the first customer Centodieci. The video description contains no information about the location where the supercar was shot, but we conducted some research and concluded that the video was shot in Croatia. As far as we are aware, just recently the Supercar Owners Club had a gathering in Zagreb and Bugatti was probably participating in the event.

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The Centodieci was created as a tribute to the Bugatti EB110, with the first example delivered to a customer finished in the same blue colour as the EB110. This is a very traditional colour scheme for the French company, and the Centodieci’s owner also owns an EB110 GT in the same colours. The automaker intends to build only ten Centodieci models, all of which have already been reserved. The Chiron-based supercar will set you back at least $8.8 million.

In terms of the Chiron, the Centodieci is not simply a rebodied version of the Molsheim model. It weighs about 44 pounds (20 kilogrammes) less, has a different suspension system, and a more aggressive and efficient aerodynamic package. Bugatti’s 8.0-liter W16 engine with a peak output of 1,600 horsepower is hidden beneath the sleek skin (1,176 kilowatts). Acceleration from 0 to 62 miles per hour (0 to 100 kilometres per hour) takes only 2.4 seconds.

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We are overjoyed to see such a rare and exotic supercar being driven. We know the first Centodieci’s owner won’t take it to the track very often, but they aren’t the type of collector who only keeps their prized possession in a garage.

Source: 912fordgt on YouTube

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