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Bugatti Centodieci: the first of ten models has been delivered

The Molsheim manufacturer has just delivered the first of ten unique Bugatti Centodieci, which pays homage to the EB110 of the 1990s.

After having developed its ultimate model for more than 50,000 km on the road and on the track, and launched production last March, the Alsatian firm announces that it has delivered the very first copy of the Bugatti Centodieci.

This new “few-off” is a modern reinterpretation of the Bugatti EB110, the iconic supercar of the 1990s: it incorporates some elements paying homage to its design, while incorporating the latest cutting-edge technologies of today.

Bugatti Centodieci: an iconic blue livery

The very first copy has a blue paint called “EB110 Blue”, which pays homage to the characteristic color of the EB110, which was found on the presentation model of the time, and even on the facades of the Campogalliano factory, in which the model was been manufactured: this factory was renamed “Fabbrica Blu” (the blue factory) in a nod to this iconic color.

Contrasting with blue brake calipers, the rims of this Centodieci feature the gray color “EB110 Sport Silver”, because the proud owner of this first model wanted to recreate the same configuration as the EB110 GT he owns. in its collection, also painted in blue “EB110 Blue” and fitted with gray “EB110 Sport Silver” rims.

Bugatti Centodieci: a matching interior

On board, the interior of the Centodieci is inspired by the mythical model of the 1990s, but with contemporary touches: a quilted pattern

checkerboard pattern is found on the seats, roof lining, door sills, center console and floor mats. These were first created for the EB110, and custom redesigned for the Centodieci.

Significant work has been done to perfectly align this pattern on the interior surfaces, despite the many curves and joins. An exercise that required approximately 16 weeks of workincluding a full day devoted to the final examination of the perfect finish of the seats.

Bugatti Centodieci: only ten copies

Under the hood, we find the famous 8.0 liter W16 enginedeveloping a power of 1,600 horsepower. Thus equipped, the Centodieci swallows the 0 to 100 km/h in 2.4 seconds, for a maximum speed of 380 km/h. According to Bugatti, its chassis engineers have worked intensively on the model, to perfect its handling and deliver a dynamic and “typically Bugatti” driving experience.

The Bugatti Centodieci was unveiled in 2019 during Monterey Car Week in California, to celebrate the 110th Ettore Bugatti’s birthday. It goes without saying that all of the ten copies of this very exclusive hypercar had already, at the time, all been reserved. For its part, the original EB110 continues to be the talk of the town at auction, with some models trading at over $2 million.

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