Bugatti channels early ’90s swag in new $13m supercar

Bugatti channels early ’90s swag in new $13m supercar

The design is quite a divergence from the scooped, sculpted bodies of the Veyron and Chiron. Instead of the dominant “Bugatti” line that curves from their backs and swooshes to the front, Centodieci has an almost completely flat roofline that blends into a mechanical rear spoiler-edges along its sides as crisply pressed as an envelope – and what look like 22-inch wheels have seven angled rectangular blades on them.

Attendees view the Centodieci in California on Friday. David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

The rear end has a single ventilation hole and eight rear lights, four matte black exhaust exhaust pipes stacked two-by-two on top of each other, and a performance diffuser to improve downforce.

Toward the rear fender are five round air inserts set in the shape of a diamond. These were inspired by the ones also present in the EB110 Super Sport-along with an additional air inlet near the oil cooler, they’re used to help regulate the temperature of the engine.

Ten Centodieci coupes will be hand-built in Molsheim, France, with deliveries starting in 2021. Prices start at $US8.9 million ($13.1 million), plus tax. And yes, customers can have their Centodieci painted in the colour of their choice.

The rear end has a single ventilation hole and eight rear lights. Bugatti

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