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Friday, August 16, 2019

Here it is Bugatti Centodieci as a homage to the EB110 SS

After a while the cyberspace was enlivened by the news about the latest model from Bugatti which would pay homage for one of the greatest, craziest, and strongest Bugatti cars ever made that were present in the 1990s - the Bugatti EB110 Super Sport.
Bugatti Centodieci as a homage to the EB110 SS. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2N8Zzn5)
Now it seems, we are a little satisfied with the presence of the pictures of upcoming Bugatti's supercar. But unfortunately there is still no confirmation from the Molsheim-based auto company as to their validity. Due to the sheer amount of images and the level of detail contained within them, it's very unlikely that these are fake. And the upcoming model to be called Bugatti Centodieci which literally means '110' in Italian.
1995 Bugatti EB110 SS. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2YKVfg9)
From the front view, clearly seen its link to the EB110, the horseshoe-shaped grille is much smaller than the modern Bugatti models have and it's accompanied by the very distinct horizontal lines either side of it. At the top, the bonnet gets a V-shaped bonnet vent that is far more aggressive. The front view of the Centodieci is equipped with several ultra-thin LED lights, which look to extend all the way to the wing mirrors.
Three of Bugatti supercars posed in the tricolore formation of French flag, consisted of Bugatti EB110 SS (blue), Bugatti Centodieci (white) and Bugatti Chiron (red). (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2N8Zzn5)
Then down the side, there's something striking, ie the retro-shaped air vent just below the C-Pillar, and another links to the EB110 is the air scoop which seems to run the whole length of the side-skirt. The Centodieci seems to be the first modern Bugatti to completely eliminate the 'C-Shape' design style that has been a distinctive shape of Bugatti cars today (since the Veyron).
Bugatti Centodieci seems to be the first modern Bugatti to completely eliminate the 'C-Shape' design style that has been a distinctive shape of Bugatti cars today. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2N8Zzn5)
And from the rear view, there is a clear similarity between new and old that is the presence of huge-sized fixed-wings, but those keen-eyed will notice several more little touches here and there. Especially the entire bottom of the bumper seems to be split in the middle from just below the tail lights, so there is a long vertical vent at the end of the bumper on each side.
Bugatti Centodieci has clear similarity with its predecessor, the EB110 SS that is the presence of huge-sized fixed-wings in the back. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2N8Zzn5)
One that remained a mystery until its original form actually appeared was its drivetrain. From the circulating widely news in cyberspace, the figure of Centodieci is said to be very much based on the Chiron, there's possibility it will use the same engine as well, ie a quad-turbocharged W16 engine capable of producing power up to 1,479 hp and 1,600 Nm of torque.
If true the Centodieci uses those kind of engine, then the acceleration performance figures from rest to 62 mph can be done in 2.5 seconds and the top speed that can be achieved at 260 mph. In comparison, the EB110 Super Sport car of 1992 debutance used a quad-turbocharged V12 3.5 liter engine with the ability to spit out power to 603 hp and complete a 0-60 mph sprint in 3.3 seconds and reach a top speed of 218 mph.
It is said that Centodieci will be made in a limited numbers of 10 units and will be sold at a price tag of around € 8 million or around the US. $ 9 million. And this price is only half of La Voiture Noire which is listed as the most expensive production car in the world ever made to date.
Updated: Bugatti Centodieci performed on its debut at Monterey Car Week 2019 in Pebble Beach, California. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/309d2iI)
So far, Bugatti has officially confirmed treveal date and time of the new model, it will be announced at The Quail in Pebble Beach on Friday, August 16, 2019 at 11:20 Pacific Time. Let's just wait for the time to come. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DRIVETRIBE]
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