Bugatti Centodieci Meets La Voiture Noire, Garage Turns Black and White

Bugatti Centodieci Meets La Voiture Noire 1 photo
Photo: heveninghamconcours/instagram
When Bugatti introduced the Chiron back in 2016, many aficionados started looking forward to the specials the Veyron had accustomed us to, such as the Grand Sport (open-top) or the SS (Super Sport). Now, while the latter has arrived in the form Chiron Super Sport 300 (the Sport doesn't really count here) and the first still remains in the air, Molsheim has also developed a whole sub-range of uber-limited models based on the Chiron.
And this is how we ended up with the Divo, the La Voiture Noire and the Centodieci - while 40 units of the first are being built (each is offered for $6 million), with customer deliveries expect to kick off soon, the second is a one-off that set a new world record for the most expensive new car ($19 million).

As for the last, the carmaker will only bring ten units of this modern-day EB110 to the world, with each unit set to be offered for $9 million.

Now, we hadn't seen the LVN since its Geneva debut in March (the show car seemed to be a mockup, getting around via electric power), with this set to reach its customers starting 2021.

Last August's Monterey Car Week brought us the Centodieci and the licky few who made it to the list won't see the thing in their garages until 2022.

Given all the details above, it's pretty electrifying to see the La Voiture Noire and the Centodieci sharing a garage in the images below - make sure to use the swipe feature of the Instagram post to enjoy multiple anges of this 3,000+ hp encounter (the Centodieci packs 1,600 hp and we can probably say the same about the LVN, even though its actual output may remain classified).

The post comes from the Heveningham Concours, a British motoring gathering we've previously discussed. And it looks like the organizers are willing to recreate this meeting, which apparently took place at the Bugatti HQ in Molsheim, for the 2020 edition of the event. Go!

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