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Slammed Bugatti Centodieci Looks Like a Missile

The Bugatti Centodieci might have stirred up the Internet even more than the La Voiture Noire, even though there's no straightforward way to tell which of the Chiron-based monster is more web-popular. However, I can tell you that social media just can't stop talking about the EB110 revival. And the sea of comments, which involves split opinions, is not all, as we also get tons of renders, so here's one that portrays the Centodieci in slammed form.
Slammed Bugatti Centodieci 1 photo
Why? Well, this is just how the race for attention goes these days and I'm not just talking about renders here (more on this below).

For now, let's focus on this 1,600 horsepower machine, which sits as close to the asphalt underneath it as possible. Of course, this means such a job would involve custom air suspension, so the machine could still be driven when it done breaking necks with its stance.

This pixel effort also throws in a set of custom wheels for good measure. And while I haven't yet come across a real-world hypercar that would be dropped to the ground, such machines getting aftermarket wheels is nothing new - I highly doubt the fact that any of the ten aficionados who grabbed the Molsheim machine before this was even presented will wish to take the collectible gem down this path.

Nevertheless, slammed supercar are a thing these days. On one hand, we have these no-longer new Ferraris, Lamborghinis and Porsches in Japan, which go for an OEM+ look where the lower ground clearance is there to accentuate the look of the factory look. Oh, and let's not forget those who just want to reduce the wheel gaps, so they bring their supercars just a bit lower, as is the case with this Ferrari 488 Pista.

On the other hand, fresh toys such as this Lamborghini Huracan massaged by YouTuber Damon Fryer (Daily Driven Exotics) go for the extreme look, widebody and all.

So, will this trend stop as the audience gets bored? Probably not. In fact, things should only get fiercer by the season, whether we like it or not.



 
 
 
 
 

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