With over a century of rich history, Bugatti looked at its recent past for inspiration when creating the Centodieci.
Bugatti’s iconic EB110 supercar was the product of the 1990s Romano Artioli era of the brand, and the Supersport version of the car, like the Super Sport versions of modern Bugattis, showed an increased focus on performance, with things like weight reduction and added downforce with an unmistakable Bugatti look that serves the need for speed. With the Supersport performance version of the car and the quad-turbocharging of the V12 engine of the EB110, it was an integral precursor to the Bugatti brand that we know today.
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The design of the new Bugatti Centodieci, limited to just 10 units, pays homage to the EB110 Supersport with the placement of its vents, its spoiler, and even the square quilting on the interior. The performance honors the EB110 Supersport by exceeding it, with a 0-60 time under 2.4 seconds, and a top speed electronically limited to 236 mph. It’s a highly exclusive hypercar that is not only the stuff of legends in itself but also builds on the legend of the EB110 Supersport.