Another one-off based on the Chiron, the Bugatti Centodieci, like the 110 Ans Bugatti, celebrates the brand’s 110thanniversary. It pays tribute to the original EB 110, which in 1991 was considered the fastest car of its time.
It features specific styling cues borrowed from the EB 110, including its wedge shape, small horseshoe-shaped grille, and round air intakes over the mid-mounted engine compartment. The engine here generates 1,611 horsepower, which is good for a 0-62 mph (100 km) run in a hair over three seconds. Only 10 units will be built for the wealthiest Bugatti enthusiasts at a staggering $8,640,000, based on current exchange rates.