It takes 16 weeks for experts to assemble the interior of the highly exclusive $9 Million Bugatti Centodieci Hypercar.
The limited-edition Bugatti Centodieci was unveiled almost three years ago to celebrate Bugatti’s 110 years anniversary.
It pays homage to the groundbreaking EB110 built to celebrate Ettore Bugatti’s 110th birthday in 1991.
Production of the hand-crafted Hypercar has began as all ten are set to be delivered to their owners in a few weeks.
The highly exclusive Bugatti Centodieci, worth $9 Million, pays homage to the super sports car of the 1990s, the groundbreaking EB110, also built to celebrate Ettore Bugatti’s 110th birthday in 1991.
Production of the hand-crafted limited-edition Hypercar has began as all ten Bugatti Centodieci – sold within hours – are set to be delivered to their owners in a few weeks.
According to the French Sports Car marque, the interior of the Bugatti Centodieci and all its finely detailed elements takes around 16 weeks for expert craftspeople to assemble.
The Centodieci’s interior has been fully customized to pay tribute to its predecessor with unique armrests, door panels, tunnel overlay, sill trims, roof liner, floor mats, rear panel, and newly developed seats.
BUGATTI’s designers and engineers even created the instrument panels in the style of the EB110. Enthusiasts of the marque will immediately see the similarities between the EB110 and the Centodieci.
Earlier this year, the Chiron-based Bugatti Centodieci successfully passed its extreme cold test after been parked in a special climate chamber for two days. It follows tests conducted at room temperature and heat tests at up to 50 degrees Celsius.
The Centodieci is 20 kg lighter and more powerful than the regular Chiron. Its 1600 hp 8.0-liter, W16 engine allows the Centodieci to do a 0-60 mph in 2.4 seconds. It has a top speed of 236 mph.