The Bugatti Centodieci has been filmed moving around silently while recently on display at the Zoute Grand Prix Concours d’Elegance in Belgium.
Bugatti unveiled the Centodieci at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance back in August with a one-off show car, as production examples won’t start rolling out of the factory until 2021. The car is likely powered by a small electric motor, hence why it is able to move around silently like this.
This isn’t the only recent electric-powered Bugatti to be showcased at various events this year the one-of-one La Voiture Noire was also previewed with a special show car showcasing its exterior design.
The French automaker built the Centodieci as a homage to the iconic EB 110 SS. It is powered by the same 8.0-liter quad-turbo W16 engine as the Chiron and benefits from a series of upgrades that results in a maximum output of 1578 hp. Bugatti says it requires just 2.4 seconds to hit 62 mph (100 km/h), 6.1 seconds to scream past 124 mph (200 km/h) and will continue through to an electronically limited top speed of 236 mph (380 km/h).
Various aspects of the vehicle’s design have been influenced by the EB 110 SS. These include the five circular air intakes directly behind the side windows, a similar tiny horseshoe front grille, and a fixed rear wing.
Production of the Bugatti Centodieci will be capped to just 10 units worldwide and all are said to have been sold before the car was revealed to the public despite the $8.9 million starting price.