This Is the EB110 Tribute Car
Bugatti will showcase its latest creation at Pebble Beach and the car will be a tribute to one of its most iconic cars ever, the EB110. The tribute car will be the Bugatti Centodieci, which means 110 in Italian. While Bugatti and the rest of the world were gearing up for the official premiere of the car, someone leaked photos of the vehicle ahead of time, according to The Supercar Blog.
The styling of the Centodieci clearly harkens back to the icon with which it is supposed to be a tribute to. The overall shape is very similar and Bugatti took time to focus on the details, too—as one might expect. The headlights are thin strips of LEDs, there are two sleek vents to either side of the Bugatti corporate grille, and the rear of the car also features LEDs that harken back to the original supercar.
The car also features a massive rear wing and a very large read diffuser. The car will feature the same 8.0-liter W16 engine with quad turbochargers that can be found in the Chiron. However, The Supercar Blog reports that the engine will put out upwards of 1,500 hp. Bugatti has not stated an official number but will when it makes the car’s official debut.
The vehicle is also lighter weight than the Chiron and creates more downforce. Only 10 of the cars will be made, and the rumor is they’re already spoken for. The price tag for this insane tribute? It’s supposed to be around €8 million ($8.9 million).