The Bugatti Centodieci Is a $9 Million, 1600-HP Tribute to the EB110. Is the Bugatti EB110 from the early 1990s the most under-appreciated supercar ever? A technological giant with a quad-turbo V-12 and a carbon chassis before that was a thing. For a time, it was the fastest production car in the world thanks to the 218 mph the EB110 Super Sport achieved around the Nardo bowl in southern Italy.
That extra power, plus a tiny 44-lb weight reduction isn’t enough to better the Chiron’s 2.4sec 0-62mph time. But both cars are only just limbering up at that point. By 124 mph (200 km/h) the Cento has nosed ahead (6.1 vs 6.5 seconds) and come 186 mph (300 km/h), which the retro machine reaches in 13.1 seconds, it’s a full half-second in the clear.