The Bugatti has run the Centodici testing prototype for more than 55,000 kilometers

Even with only 10 made, it has come a long way.

Bugatti prides itself on being one of the buyers of some of the most amazing cars in the world, whether in terms of speed, performance, luxury or quality, Bugatti refuses to accept defeat. That’s why when it came time to build the incredibly rare Bugatti Santodisi, a tribute to the 90’s Johnny Bugatti EB 110 Supercar, Bugatti put the car through the same testing ring that it would with any other car. That is produced in much larger numbers.

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The Centodieci testing prototype has now reached an incredible 55,000 kilometers, and it has gone on to drive its ultimate quality assurance to ensure production. Set in a stunning French background, the Molsheim Atelier itself, the Test Drive takes you to Santodiski through the mountainous terrain of Alsace, the beautiful city and Colmar Airport in France for speed and braking tests in a safe environment. We are now closer than ever to the start of delivery for the Centodieci, and as this rigorous testing cycle draws to a close, we know it is a car with the same incredible quality as speed and style.

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