Inspired by the EB110 Super Sport, the Bugatti Centodieci (Italian for ‘110’) was revealed in 2019 to coincide with the marque’s 110-year anniversary. As is typical of the brand, the outrageous design sets this hypercar apart from just about everything else on the road - there’s the instantly recognizable horseshoe-shaped grille (although a smaller interpretation of it is used for the Centodieci), giant air intakes, and ultra-slim headlights that effectively slit the hood in half.
A wraparound windshield, a colossal rear wing, and vertically stacked exhaust outlets are further dramatic styling details. Underneath the expressive bodywork is an 8.0-liter W16 quad-turbocharged engine with a ludicrous 1,600 horsepower, eclipsing even the mighty Chiron. The performance figures are astonishing - the Centodieci will be able to cover 0-62 mph in 2.4 seconds and reach 186 mph in only 13.1 seconds. The madness eventually stops when an electronic limiter intervenes at 236 mph.
Weight-saving efforts go right down to the windshield wiper, which is a lightweight design, and there are stabilizers made from carbon. Deliveries are expected to start in 2021, but with only ten of them being handcrafted in Molsheim, France, it’ll be one of the most exclusive supercars in existence. All models have already been sold at a cost of eight million euros (or $8.94 million) so, unfortunately, you won’t be able to head down to your local Bugatti dealer to buy a Centodieci.
8.0-liter W16 Gas