The Bugatti Centodieci pays homage to the EB110 of the early 90s. But could it have been done better?
Last summer, Bugatti unveiled the Centodieci. This supercar takes up the carbon chassis and most of the technical elements of the Chiron, to which it adds an additional 100 horsepower and above all a very different style. This specific style officially pays homage to the EB110, the supercar built when Bugatti belonged to the Italian Artioli in the early 90s.
This is why the Centodieci has this funny little horseshoe grille, this very special stern or this multitude of details supposed to evoke the EB110.
Better than the Centodieci?
But Yazidesign thinks there is room for improvement. He simply imagined an EB110 designed according to current codes and technology, moving as far away as possible from the latest works by designers from the Molsheim brand. It's up to you to see if it's better or worse …