With its extreme wedge shape and nest of circular air inlets it looked like nothing else, was powered by a quad turbo V12, and was the fastest cars of its day with a top speed of 218mph. The Bugatti EB110 was Bugatti’s first modern-era supercar and now, 28 years later, its spirit – and round air inlets – lives on in the form of Bugatti’s newest model, the Centodieci.
The Bugatti Centodieci is a Chiron‑based EB110 tribute
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