Inside Look: CR7’s Bugatti Supercar, World’s Most Expensive

The Bugatti Centodieci was designed as an homage to the EB110 Super Sport, which was Bugatti’s preceding model.

At this moment in time, Bugatti is focusing on the interior of the vehicle, specifically the cabin.

It took sixteen weeks to complete despite the ꜰᴀᴄᴛ that there was a “pattern” to follow.

In order to adhere to regulations concerning automobile safety that are applicable on a global scale, the digital instrument panel, the center console, and other crucial elements of the Bugatti Centodieci are intricately connected to those of the Chiron. Only 10 Bugatti Centodieci will ever be produced in total. On the other hand, the grips, doors, pads, seats, and other components of the Centodieci are all one-of-a-kind designs that share a timeless style with the EB110 Super Sport. Other than that, the Centodieci is identical to the EB110 Super Sport. According to Bugatti, the inside of the Centodieci was developed in a period of time that was significantly less than one year, starting from the ground up.


Centodieci has adapted the distinct and precise checkerboard pattern that was utilized across the entirety of the EB110 Super Sport’s interior upholstery. This pattern can be found throughout the vehicle.

The top of the automobile, the doors, the center console, and the floor mats all appear particularly remarkable with this wrap applied on them.

It may appear to be simple to manipulate, but in reality it is extremely difficult because the squares need to look consistent and align exactly even on curved surfaces or when fitting pieces together, such as when the door is in contact with the control panel. This presents a number of challenges. In addition to this, it is essential that the squares flow into the surrounding surfaces in a seamless manner. Every one of the squares is worked on by hand using the utmost caution and precision that is humanly possible.


Wrapping checkerboard pattern inspired by EB110 Super Sport, extremely difficult to make – Photo: Bugatti

The regular athletic seats have a design that is evocative of what can be found in the Chiron; however, they are upholstered in a special kind of leather instead. The Bugatti EB emblem is presented in the form of an embossed pattern on the headrest, which comes as a standard feature. It took more than a week to complete the seat because of all of the steps involved, including producing the emboss, cutting the leather, and putting it all together. Bugatti placed such a high priority on the chairs’ quality that the company spent a full day testing and examining them. Instead, owners have the choice to ᴘᴜʀᴄʜᴀsᴇ embroidered headrests or individual logos for their vehicles.

Aluminum plaques on the center armrest and door hinges with a laser-engraved corporate insignia are two more distinctive elements that set this car apart from the other comparable options on the market.

Customers have grown to expect extremely high-end and distinctive interiors that appeal to all of their senses, including design, look, touch, sound, and even aroma. This has become an expectation among consumers. Fans of Bugatti will understand the logic behind this decision very quickly. Dirk Buhre, the interior designer for the Bugatti brand, made the ᴀʟʟᴇɢᴀᴛɪᴏɴ that there are parallels between the EB110 and the Centodieci.


Each interior takes 16 weeks to complete – Photo: Bugatti


All are completed by hand – Photo: Bugatti


The embossed headrest alone took 4 days – Photo: Bugatti

All 10 Centodieci units were sold out within hours of being ʀᴇᴠᴇᴀʟᴇᴅ. Each unit costs more than 8 million USD, not including individual “custom” needs.  CNET  thinks that if the owner wants the car “unique” to their liking, they will have to pay the final figure up to tens of millions of dollars or more.


There are only 10 Bugatti Centodieci units, each priced from more than 8 million USD – Photo: Bugatti


The car will be delivered in a few weeks – Photo: Bugatti

The owner of the Bugatti Centodieci supercar must certainly be as special as the car itself. Currently, it is only ʀᴇᴠᴇᴀʟᴇᴅ that superstar player Cristiano Ronaldo has placed an order.

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