The Bugatti Centodieci interior pays homage to the EB 110 Super Sport

The Bugatti Centodieci is a modern tribute to the Bugatti EB 110. This is reflected not only in the exterior style, but also in the interior of this limited edition supercar.

The Centodici interior was specifically inspired by the Super Sport version of the EB 110, Bugatti said in a press release. Italian businessman Romano Artioli launched the EB 110 in the 1990s in an unfortunate attempt to revive Bugatti. All versions feature a quad-turbocharged 3.5-liter V-12, and while the standard EB 110 had 552 hp, the Super Sport 592 hp is proud.

It gave the EB 110 Earth-shuttering performance for its day. Bugatti said it could accelerate from 0-62 miles per hour in 3.2 seconds, and the top speed of 218 miles per hour briefly made the EB 110 the fastest-growing car in the world.

Bugatti Centodici

Bugatti Centodici

While this was a commercial failure, the revival of Bugatti in the early 1990s also formed the basis for the 1998 purchase of the Volkswagen brand and the final development of the Vernon and Chiron. So Centodici has quite a legacy to survive.

The Centodici Bugatti is based on Chiran, but according to Bugatti, almost every part of the interior has been customized. Armrests, door panels, central tunnels, roof liners and seats are unique to Centodici, the automaker said, adding that these components were created “in virtually one year” from virtual scratches.

Callbacks on the EB 110 Super Sport include a chessboard upholstery and an embossed “EB” logo on the headrest. Customers can switch to the next one for their own personalized logo, Bugatti noted. The entire interior takes about 16 weeks to complete.

Bugatti EB110

Bugatti EB110

The Centodieci’s retro interior is paired with Chiron’s 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged W-16. Here the engine is tuned to deliver 1,577 hp or 97 hp more than the Chiron. Bugatti claims that the Centodici will travel 0-62 miles per hour in 2.4 seconds, 0-124 miles per hour in 6.1 seconds and 0-186 miles per hour in 13.1 seconds. Top speed is electronically limited to 236 miles per hour, which is less than the controlled peak speed of 261 miles per hour.

Production is limited to 10 units, each valued at about $ 8.9 million, all of which sold out within hours of the Centodic 2019 unveiling. About three years later, Bugatti says development work is complete. It plans to deliver the first customer car in a few weeks.

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