Last week, a short video of the Bugatti Centodieci was shared on the brand’s social media handles. It shows one of the prototypes being tested in a cold chamber.
In the video, you also get a quick glimpse at the Centodieci’s gauge cluster. The LCD shows the ambient temperature dropping to -20 degrees C inside the chamber. However, what caught our attention was the graphic just above the temperature readout.
Instead of a Centodieci, the dash shows a Chiron graphic, which is quite surprising. Now, this may not be an oversight on Bugatti’s part. Since it’s a prototype, the car might be running the software from the Chiron.
If they use the same on the production car, that’s one quirk about the Centodieci that you didn’t learn from Doug deMuro.