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Bugatti Centodieci John Player Special Spec Looks Amazing

In stark contrast to the apperance of the La Voiture Noire, Bugatti introduced the Centodieci in an all-white spec. However, especially under the strong Californian sun, this is the kind of configuration that conceals some of the Molsheim machine's styling features.
Bugatti Centodieci John Player Special Spec Rendering 1 photo
Of course, the Internet just won't have this, which is why that sun has been replaced with rain - it's raining renders, with this portraying the Bug in various specs.

For instance, earlier today we talked about a two-tone Centodieci look (this actually involved more colors, but just two were dominant, hence the said label) and we are now back on the topic.

This time around, the black and gold Centodieci sitting before us sort of says John Player Special. Sure, the dark master shade also conceals the profoundness of the EB110 nod that is this Chiron-based uber-limited edition, but those gold details certainly make up for it.

The pixel play has been put together by Master Keishan, as you'll be able to notice in the social media post at the bottom of the page.

Despite (or thanks to the fact that) this hypercar comes with a price tag of $8.9 million and then some (think: tax), the ten units of the vehicle had been sold out before its debut.

As such, we'll get to see the lucky gear heads who signed the contracts showing their dream specs to the world once the Centodieci lands in the wild, a move that won't happen until 2021. Of course, as mentioned above, we'll have plenty of renders helping us pass the time meanwhile.

It's worth noting that, should a Centodieci ever come across a Chiron, a Chiron Sport or a Divo in on the road, the first can get ahead, since this is the first contemporary Bugatti to pack 1,600 horsepower (its siblings have to made due with just 1,500 ponies).



 
 
 
 
 

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