UPDATE: Two-Tone Bugatti Centodieci Spec Looks Stunning, Better Than Original

Two-Tone Bugatti Centodieci Spec: render 1 photo
Photo: mfcardesign/Instagram
€8 million ($8.9 million at current rates) plus taxes - Bugatti has once again raised the financial bar with the Centodieci. And while the also-Chiron-based La Voiture Noirse is considerably more expensive at $18.7 million, we have to consider that is a one-off, whereas the modern-day 110 we have here involves a ten-unit production run.
And the styling nod to the majestic EB110 of the early 90s is just a part of the newcomer's assets. For one thing, the Centodieci marks the firs time when Bugatti takes its quad-turbo W16 engine past the 1,500 hp output of the Chiron, Chiron Sport and Divo (perhaps the LVN will feature a similar update), as the 8.0-liter monster now makes an extra 100 hp.

However, Molsheim's newcomer isn't perfect. For one thing, I've felt the all-white approach of the show car we met at Pebble Beach tends to hide somr of the design depth.

Well, the Internet has now addressed that and I can bring you a rendering portraying a Bugatti Centodieci in a different spec.

This pixel play shows the Bug mixing four shades, namely Silver, Blue, Grey and, of course, a splash of White. Oh, wait, there might even be a bit of black or exposed carbon in there. However, we can still talk about a pair of dominant hues, hence the first part of the title.

And if you're seeking an example of how this configuration helps the complex surface play that defines the Centodieci come alive, look no further than the sides of the front apron, where that dark blue and white areas highlight the aero work - pixel tip to MF Car Design for this image.

Of course, specs will be a massive things among the dieci owners of this Bugatti, so I can't wait to see the configurations that make it to the real world. And since customer deliveries for the new-comer won't kick off until 2021, we'll probably get to enjoy more renders meanwhile.

Update:If you'd also like to try the Centodieci in another flavor, here's some John Player Special aroma for you.

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