The rich Bugatti history can be seen clearly in the new Centodieci, inside and out.
With its signature vents and retro-inspired shape, just about any car enthusiast could tell you that the new Bugatti Centodieci is an ode to a classic supercar, the Bugatti EB 110. Just a few weeks before deliveries of the Centodieci begin, we learn what makes the Bugatti Centodieci even more special than just that: the fact that Bugatti and the Molsheim Atelier have gone to painstaking lengths to reinterpret the daring style of the EB 110 Super Sport and give it modern context, and this goes for the interior just as much as it does for the exterior.
The first thing you will notice about the interior of the Centodieci is the unique quilting pattern on the leather upholstery. The seats are quilted in small, neat squares, and this pattern adorned the interior of the EB 110 Super Sport of the 1990s. While the customer can choose to have the headrest of the seat embroidered or embossed differently, the Centodieci comes with a seat that features an embossed EB logo that references the EB 110 Super Sport. Even though only 10 Centodiecis will be made, the effort taken in ensuring that the square quilting lines up perfectly even over curves and slopes on the surface means that the interior of each Centodieci takes 16 weeks to complete. Just like the EB 110 Super Sport before it, and every Bugatti since, the Centodieci is a powerful, fast car with a luxurious and breathtaking design no matter where you look, and it represents Bugatti’s commitment throughout the brand’s history to being the absolute pinnacle of the automotive world.