Molsheim, France - Bugatti is paying tribute to the EB 110 supercar of 1991 with this radical new machine that also happens to be the French marque’s most potent production car to date.
Only 10 of these will ever be made, each one selling for 8 million euro - which is a whopping R136 million in our money.
Fittingly, its name, Centodieci, means ‘110’ in Italian, but let’s get to the exciting stuff first.
The limited edition hypercar is powered by a more powerful version of Bugatti’s familiar 8-litre W16 engine. In this form it produces a whopping 1176kW at 7000rpm, which is 73kW more than you get in the Chiron.
According to Bugatti, the Centodieci, which also happens to weigh 20kg less than its sibling, will shunt from 0-100km/h in just 2.4 seconds, with 200km/h coming up in 6.1 secs and 300km/h in just 13.1 - which is quicker than some entry level hatchbacks can get to 100km/h.