This is an incredible Bugatti line-up with their most exclusive cars! The brand new Centodieci has only just been launched and it's now on display alongside the recently introduced Divo as well as the one-off La Voiture Noire, the most expensive new car in the world!
Straight after Bugatti's reveal of the new Centodieci at the Quail, the car is now part of the most incredible Bugatti line-up you could want to see. With all three eras of Bugatti's history represented we have the Type 35C, EB110 and then of course the latest cars featuring the Veyron Super Sport, Chiron Sport, Divo, Centodieci, and also over on the concept lawn we can see La Voiture Noire! The latter being the most expensive new car in the world when launched earlier in the year with a price tag of €16.7m euros with just the one car being built.
The new Centodieci (literally hundred-ten translated from Italian) pays tribute to both the 110th anniversary of Bugatti having been founded in 1909 as well as the EB110 - which itself stood for Ettore Bugatti on what would have been his 110th birthday. It is the most powerful Bugatti model with 1,600hp and is so exclusive that only 10 models will be created which are all already sold.
Also of note is "The Black Car" or La Voiture Noire, the one-off project rumoured even to be owned by Cristiano Ronaldo (although that is definitively NOT the case). With a new chassis beneath, and the powerplant of the Chiron with 1500hp, the car is quite literally the highest price tag on any new car ever in time.
Of course we can also see the Divo, one of just 40 units being made and the Chiron Sport, the latest introduction from the line of 500 total Chiron models to be built. Alongside them are the EB110 that is now more significantly incorporated into the Bugatti history and of course the original racing success era from 1924-1931.
There is no doubt that this line is fantastic, it is unlikely that such a display will happen again together any time soon.
|Episode title||THESE are the MOST EXCLUSIVE Bugattis in the World!|
|Date added||July 1, 2020|
|Original date||September 19, 2019|