What do you do when you want to make not only the most powerful Chiron-variant around, but nod back to a classic supercar from history? Bugatti’s answer is the Centodieci, a limited-edition run of EB110-inspired hypercars that gives the automaker its most distinctive style in years. Love it or hate it, you can’t deny that the Centodieci is memorable.
It’s based on the Chiron, but massaged in numerous ways. The horseshoe grille has been slimmed down, while the lights echo the memorable hood design of the EB110 back in the 1990s. Gone is the outsized C-shaped pillar on the Chiron, replaced by a quintet of vents.
It definitely won’t be slow, either. The 8.0-liter W16 motor has been massaged to produce 1,600 horsepower at 7,000 rpm, for 0-60 mph in 2.4-seconds. Bugatti is asking 8 million euro, or around $8.8 million, before tax for the Centodieci, and will only be making ten of the cars.