As early as 2019, Bugatti launched the ultra-luxury Centodieci super sports car at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance. Its design is inspired by the EB110, paying tribute to the 110-year history of the brand, and is equipped with components for up to 10 cars, so it is indeed expected to become a very special car. In other words, as long as Bugatti actually builds it.
Well, Big Bug has finally been released because it just released the first prototype of a Centodieci production car. I can see it. Unlike the brand’s latest special edition models, it has a distinctly retro style, such as round air intakes, a glass hood, and a fixed rear wing similar to its wedge-shaped 90s predecessor. However, in other places, you will find it is entirely a 21st-century Bugatti, with the brand’s iconic body lines, full-angle strip lights and some advanced heat management technology to keep it cool. Under the hood, it is powered by an 8.0-liter four-turbo W16 engine, which is expected to output 1,600hp and raise it to 60mph in 2.4 seconds. Although its price tag is close to 10 million U.S. dollars, every limited-production Centodiecis has been talked about by people. Click here for more details.