Bugatti Centodieci – Only 10 in the world

This year, Bugatti is celebrating the anniversary of its 110-years course of artistic, exceptional design, and performance. The French manufacturer have decided to celebrate in a bit different way, by introducing its brand’s most powerfull variant, the Bugatti Centodieci.

This is a limited edition model, of which only ten units will be sold. This is considered as a piece of art, inspired by the historical model EB110. Centodieci – Italian for 110, is thus made to relive and give homage and respect to the 1991 epochal EB110. It was the fastest supercar of the 1990s and the one which once again brought name and fame to the company.

Ettore Bugatti is famous for designing and presenting one of the most powerful and sporty looking supercars to the world. This time also, the manufacturers are looking to cross all the boundaries made by their company and are looking for going one step forward. Bugatti Centodieci is powered by a  8-litre, 16-cylinder engine, producing a massive 1600hp of power and around 1200Nm of torque @ 7000 rpm. It is capable of crossing the 100kmph mark in just 2.4 seconds. There is no need to push the throttle hard as the driver is going to feel the power and torque instantaneously, with ease. 

Since it is a special piece and is only limited to the production of 10 units, it is priced at a $9 million tag. All units are already sold out and the delivery will start begin in 2022. Bugatti Centodieci is vey close to the company, hence the manufacturers are taking their time to build each and every unit, ensuring both comfort and the power goes alltogether.

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Sources: Bugatti , TopSpeed

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