The good folks over at Bugatti know a thing or two when it comes to speed and sleek design. They have been creating stunning automobiles for a long time, and today we get a look into their future. This time around, we get a look at the Bugatti Centodieci Coupe. This sleek and stunning machine pays tribute to the legendary EB 110, which marked a rebirth for the brand. The Centodieci continues Bugatti’s tradition of ultra-performance machines, offering a modern take on a classic design.
The vehicle is powered by a quad-turbo, 1,600 horsepower W16 power plant, which provides a 0-62 mph time of just 2.4 seconds. That also means drivers can hit a top speed of over 250 mph. The vehicle features design cues from the Chiron and the EB 100, capturing the essence of the original with a modern aesthetic.
The design has a more angular shape which is detailed with round intakes and redesigned headlights. The rear is host to an array of LEDs, while a diffuser and fixed rear wing add even more appeal. The development prototype is slated to start testing this Spring, while 10 production units are set to start rolling once testing is complete.
Take a closer look at the latest addition to Bugatti’s fleet in the image and find out more from the automaker now. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more automotive news coming very soon.
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