The final Bugatti Centodieci has just been delivered to its owner

Finished in Quartz White with Light Blue interior, it's truly spectacular.

by | Published on 19th Dec 2022

The 10th and final Bugatti Centodieci has just been delivered to its lucky owner.

And it’s a tasty one, finished in Quartz White with contrasting Light Blue interior.

It’s a proper send-off for one Bugatti’s most iconic models.

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The Centodieci was first announced back in 2019 as a limited-edition hypercar based on the Chiron.

The name – and the car itself – is a nod to the iconic EB110 from the 1990s.

Centodieci‘ is actually Italian for the number ‘110‘.


Production is limited to 10 units only and Bugatti said owners bought it sight unseen before the official reveal.

The first customer car was delivered last June.

Underneath the body, you’ll find the same quad-turbo W16 that powers the Chiron.

It puts out 1,578 hp and it gives the car a 0-60 time of just 2.4 seconds.

The top speed is electronically limited (!!) to 420 km/h.

Visually, the Centodieci takes several design cues from the EB110, including the five round air intakes on the side profile.

The owner of the final Centodieci opted for an amazing and understated color combo.

The exterior is painted in Quartz White with Black Carbon accents.

As for the cabin, the buyer opted for a vivid shade of blue dubbed ‘Light Blue Sport’.

The same color was used for the center console, the door panels, the floormats and even the brake calipers.

With a starting price of around $8 million, the Centodieci is one of the most expensive hypercars out there.

And now that all 10 examples have been delivered to their respective owners, Bugatti will turn its focus on the ‘standard’ Chiron.

Only 100 more units are planned.

In addition to that, the company is also working on the new W16 Mistral.

Unveiled at Pebble Beach last summer, the W16 Mistral (below) is the first Bugatti developed under Bugatti-Rimac.

Production is capped at 99 units.



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