It has been 3-years since the Bugatti Centodieci was showcased at Pebble Beach. The coachbuilt masterpiece is finally ready, and the first unit has been handed over to its rightful owner.
The first Centodieci to leave the Bugatti Atelier is finished in Bugatti Bleu, a colour that was also used on the legendary EB110, while the unique wheels are painted in EB110 Silver.
Just like the exterior, the interior too draws inspiration from its predecessor. The upholstery features a quilted chessboard-like pattern. It has been replicated on the seats, roof liner, door panels, center console and floor mats. According to Bugatti, it takes 16 weeks to create the Centodieci interior. One full day is allocated just to inspect the seats.
The Centodieci is powered by an 8.0-liter W16 engine that delivers 1600 hp @ 7000 rpm. 0-60 mph comes up in 2.4 seconds, and the car will hit a top speed of 380 km/h or 236 mph (electronically limited). Even though it is based on the Chiron, the overall weight has been shaved by 20 kg.
Bugatti is building 10 examples of the Centodieci at a cost of $9 million each. Christiano Ronaldo is among the lucky individuals who will take delivery in the coming weeks.
That being said, a Japanese dealer is offering a Centodieci build slot for a slight premium. If you have $14 million lying around in the bank, you might want to take a look at this listing.
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