The first unit is finished in EB110 Blue, a colour synonymous with Bugatti and even the factory where it was constructed. The Campogalliano facility became known as “Fabbrica Blu” or "blue factory" due to its famous paint jobs- one example being that of an extremely vibrant shade called blueprints which comes from this very same line of cars created there during their time working together at Maunoury before moving on up here towards finish completion.
The classic combination of blue and silver on the wheels is no coincidence; this car also has an EB110 gt finished in those same iconic colours.
What makes the EB110 so special? The interior again draws inspiration from its prestigious forebear but is reinvigorated for the modern era of coachbuilt hyper sports cars. Quilted chessboard-like patterns found on seats and roof liners are now being elevated with a bespoke application that was first established in this model years ago; despite many curves or joins where they meet each other along the way, there's no interruption to flow whatsoever thanks to how seamlessly lines up across areas within car--allowing you one seamless experience throughout every journey taken while driving your very own Italian beauty.
The Bugatti Centodieci is a high-performance, two-seater that features the iconic 8.0L W16 engine producing 1 600 PS and accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.4 seconds with an impressive top speed of 380 Kmiles per hour! To make sure this hyper sports car has perfect handling capabilities while giving drivers an exceptional experience behind their steering wheels you need to look no further than our chassis engineers who worked tirelessly on its design ensuring every detail was considered including how it feels when taking corners or changing lanes.
The world was captivated by the EB110 at Monterey Car Week this year and all ten of them have been accounted for. Values are reaching record highs as buyers realize how special these cars are, just one hundred years since they were first manufactured.
The 1994 EB 110 GT prototype, which was auctioned for a new record price of $2,100,000 on 5 March 2022 at Amelia Island in Florida is not only one of but also the most expensive road car to ever be sold. The previous highest known sale before this came from Paris earlier last month where an exceptional grey 1992 model attracted attention with its €1805000 asking fee.
Christophe Piochon, President of Bugatti Automobiles comments: “We at Bugatti in Molsheim are proud to have completed and delivered the very first Centodieci – a new model built upon Ettore's successful 110-year lineage. This latest few-off model is set apart from other vehicles by its exceptional design which was inspired not only for performance but also because it follows two years' worth of development with Romano Artioli Italy where they refined this incredible car into exactly what customers expect out all our models."