The Centodieci also marks Bugatti’s 110th anniversary — the name translates to 110 in Italian. The “Dieci” part also translates into Bugatti’s image, as the marque will only produce 10 units off this very special hypercar. The car was revealed at Pebble Beach and, from first glances, is distinctively inspired by the EB 110.
Bugatti has added a very small Horseshow motif on the front fender, and a contemporary take on the EB 110’s headlight ducts further channels the ’90s supercar’s aesthetics. Like the car that inspires it, the Centodieci features the oval Bugatti badge on the front trunk rather than on the grille, and the B-pillar features five diamond-shaped air intakes just like the EB 110.
As this very special Bugatti is based on the Chiron, it features the legendary 8.0-liter W16 engine — which is showcased under glass for another nod to its ’90s inspiration. This engine makes the Centodieci capable of delivering 1,577 BHP and an electronically limited top speed of 236 MPH. 0-62 MPH is achieved in just 2.4 seconds and 0-186 MPH in 13.1 seconds.
Take a closer look at the celebratory Bugatti Centodieci in the gallery above.
In other news, Bugatti recently announced it could be working on a 310 MPH Chiron and an SUV.