Following its unveiling at The Quail in Pebble Beach this past Friday, the new Centodieci has now joined a unique exhibit at Le Domaine Bugatti, where visitors can also see the Chiron and the classic EB110.
Bugatti showed up to this year’s Concourse d’Elegance with multiple pre-war models from private ownership, which is only fitting seen as how this year marks the luxury automaker’s 110th anniversary.
“It is a unique sight to have all Bugatti hyper sports cars of the last 30 years together,” said the company’s president, Stephan Winkelmann. “Not only our customers, but all automotive enthusiasts visit our stand as a clear highlight of the weekend. And I think they will get their money’s worth.”
Models present on the Concept Car lawn (directly below the Bugatti stand) this year included the Centodieci, an EB110 Super Sport, a Veyron Super Sport, three Chiron Sports, the only Divo in the world and the La Voiture Noire.
“Monterey Car Week is a traditionally important event for Bugatti. The USA is our largest market worldwide, and California in particular has a large number of enthusiasts for the most exclusive sports cars,” added Winkelmann. “Every year, historic Bugatti vehicles can be admired on the lawn here at Pebble Beach, and more than once, a Bugatti has been named the ‘Best of Show’.”
Compared to the Chiron, the limited edition Centodieci is lighter by 44 lbs (20 kg). It also packs an 8.0-liter W16 engine that puts down 1,578 HP (1,600 PS), precisely 99 HP (100 PS) more than its better-known sibling.
Even if you could afford the nearly $9 million price tag, all ten units of the Centodieci have already been sold.