Watch the Bugatti Centodieci move in absolute silenceOctober 24, 2019
Recently, a silently moving Bugatti Centodieci was filmed at an exhibition at the Zoute Gran Concours d’Elegance in Belgium.
Bugatti unveiled the Centodieci show car at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance back in August. The first production versions will roll off the assembly line no earlier than 2021. The hypercar is probably driven by a small electric motor, so it can move so quietly. This is not the only Bugatti with an electric drive, which was shown at various events this year – the one of a kind show car La Voiture Noire also managed to present its appearance.
The French automaker built the Centodieci as a tribute to the classic EB 110 SS coupe. It is equipped with the same 8.0-liter W16 four-cylinder engine as the Chiron, and has received a series of updates that provide a maximum power of 1,578 hp. Bugatti claims that this hypercar will only need 2.4 seconds to accelerate to 100 km / h, and 6.1 seconds to accelerate to 200 km / h. At the same time, its maximum speed is electronically limited at around 380 km / h.
The Bugatti EB 110 SS has had an impact on various aspects, including the design of the car. The novelty has acquired five round air intakes located directly behind the side windows, similar to a tiny horseshoe-shaped front grille and a fixed rear wing.
Bugatti will release only 10 copies of the Centodieci, and all of them, they say, were sold before the official presentation, despite the starting price of $ 8.9 million.
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