Carscoops publishes photos sent to their anonymous readers of a new model by French carmaker Bugatti. In essence, Centodieci, which will officially debut as part of the Pebble Beach Election Contest today, has been transformed by Chiron. The model will produce only 10 pieces at a cost of 8 million euros.
The word "Centodieci" is translated from Italian as "110". The full name of the model though is the Bugatti EB110 Super Sport Hommage. In doing so, the French paid tribute to the legendary Bugatti EB110 Super Sport, which was created in honor of the brand's 110th anniversary and unveiled in September 1991.
The new model has a 28-year-old hypercar look: front with long narrow grooves, narrow horizontal trailers, small grip grille, five round windscreens behind the side windows, L-shaped side air and carbon splitter.
The technical features of the hypercar will be announced on the day of the premiere. However, an 8-liter 1500 hp W16 engine is expected to be installed under the hood of Centodieci. and 1600 Nm of maximum torque borrowed from the Bugatti Chiron. The latter, by the way, accelerates to 100 km / h in 2.4 seconds, and its top speed is 420 km / h.
More photos – in the gallery above