The first of ten highly exclusive, hand-built Bugatti Centodieci hypercar has been delivered to its owner.
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.
The interior of the highly exclusive $9 Million Bugatti Centodieci Hypercar takes 16 weeks to assemble.
The first of ten highly exclusive, hand-built Bugatti Centodieci hypercar from the Molsheim Atelier has been delivered to its owner.
This example comes in the classic combination of EB 110 Blue, a Deep Blue interior and Sport Silver for the wheels. And this is no coincidence as “the owner also owns the EB110 GT finished in the same iconic coloring.”
The highly exclusive Bugatti Centodieci pays homage to the super sports car of the 1990s, the groundbreaking EB110, also built to celebrate Ettore Bugatti’s 110th birthday in 1991.
Despite the starting price of $9 Million, all the ten units that Bugatti planned to be build was sold within hours after reveal.
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.
According to Bugatti, the interior of the Centodieci and all its finely detailed elements takes around 16 weeks for expert craftspeople to assemble.
Earlier this year, the Chiron-based Bugatti Centodieci successfully passed all the extreme tests through at it.
During the tests, the Hypercar was pushed to the point of destruction over 50,000 kilometers on road and track, surviving chilling -20°C to the simmering +45°C sun of Arizona.
The Centodieci is 20 kg lighter and more powerful than the regular Chiron. Powering it is a 1600-hp 8.0-liter, W16 engine, which allows a 0-60 mph in 2.4 seconds and a top-speed of 236 mph.