The limited Centodieci vehicle series is currently in commercial production after a long period of testing with a series of harsh tests to ensure the vehicle’s performance. Recently, the brand revealed the process of manufacturing and finishing the interior compartment of expensive Hypercars. The car interior finishing process can even take up to 16 weeks to complete all the interior details.
Not only does it carry classic details on the exterior, the brand also brings the DNA of the Bugatti EB 110 Super Sport into the car’s interior. Unlike its brother Chiron, the super product Centodieci has very similar features to the legendary EB 110 such as the seats.
These seats are still standard Bugatti sports seats, but the brand has chosen a different pattern with the classic checkered pattern similar to the leather used on the EB 110 Super Sport. This leather is used on many details in the car’s interior such as the leather covering the door belly, seats or the middle armrest. The car’s headrest is also equipped with an embossed EB logo like the EB 110 and customers can still choose to embroider or print other logos according to their own wishes.
Bugatti’s manufacturing team needed 5 days to emboss the headrest, cut the leather to size, assemble the middle armrest and meticulously check each part of these details to ensure there are no errors. What’s left? The chessboard effect pattern on the Centodieci seats is also continued to be used on the roof, door panels, center console and floor mats. Bugatti has also crafted aluminum badges with the Centodieci car name engraved on the door sills and armrests. In general, it takes Bugatti about 16 weeks to complete the interior of each Centodieci.
Bugatti interior development expert engineer Dirk Buhre said: “Newly developed cars like the Centodieci are a big challenge because even with a small production run of just 10 cars, we have to meet as well as surpassing the same safety and quality standards applicable to other commercially produced vehicles. Our customers expect their cars to have an extremely premium and unique interior. Bugatti enthusiasts will immediately see the similarities between the EB 110 and the Centodieci.”
Centodieci is known as an homage to the legendary EB110 and is a symbol of Bugatti’s ability to create exceptional cars. EB110 was an important milestone on the road to reviving the Bugatti brand in Molsheim in 1998. The Bugatti brand was revived in the late 1980s by Italian businessman Romano Artioli and also a man with Great love for the Bugatti brand since childhood. In 1987, he purchased the brand rights and became Chairman of Bugatti Automobili S.p.A. On September 15, 1990, Artioli officially opened a new and pioneering factory in Campogalliano.
Bugatti launched the Centodieci supercar to celebrate the automaker’s 110th birthday as well as send gratitude to the sports car that revived the brand in 1991 – EB110. The car is developed based on the Chiron platform but carries the typical designs of EB110, EB110 SS and new power. Continuing Bugatti’s tradition of high-performance sports car designs like the EB110 and many other legendary models, Centodieci has a design with many highlights that blend current, future and past models. of the company.