Bugatti is an extremely popular name in the car community. In 2010, Bugatti created the world’s fastest street-legal car, the Veyron. Since then, the manufacturer has produced more hypercars. In 2022, Bugatti began delivering one of its latest hypercars called the Centodieci. Bugatti is only manufacturing 10 units of this hypercar, and they have already sold out. One of these Bugattis is owned by renowned footballer Cristiano Ronaldo. Although India has a variety of supercars in the country, we do not yet have a Bugatti. There are various reasons for this, but in a video uploaded by Mr. Indian Hacker, a workshop in Jaipur has made a Bugatti Centodieci replica in-house. Here’s what it looks like.
In the video, the vlogger and his friends go on a road trip to Jaipur, Rajasthan, to meet a person who is a big fan of the Bugatti Centodieci. As we all know, the Bugatti Centodieci is an extremely expensive hypercar, and even if you have the money, buying one is almost impossible because all 10 units in the world have already been sold. Shrey Kaushik, who runs Dream Customs India garage, wanted a Centodieci so badly that he decided to make one himself.
He and his team worked on this project, and in 7-8 months, they built this car, or in this case, the replica of the Bugatti Centodieci. Like many other modifications that we have seen in the past, it looks like the donor car in this case is also a Honda Civic. The video does not mention anything about the donor car; however, the dashboard of the car looks similar to what we have seen in an old generation Civic. The exterior of the car has been completely modified to look like a Bugatti.
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Shrey mentions that he really wanted a Bugatti in his garage, and that is why he decided to make one. This is not his first project; he has built several supercar replicas at his garage in the past. The shell of this Bugatti was made using metal and fiberglass material. The front-end of the car looks just like a Centodieci but slightly smaller. The front-end of the car is not as wide as the original, but Shrey and his team have ensured that it looks proportionate. The multiple grilles at the front, along with Bugatti’s moniker in the center, look neat.
Shrey is so confident about his creation that he even stands on top of the car to show it off. He mentions that he made some changes to the exhaust of the car to make it sound sporty. We are not sure whether the car gets any major updates to the engine. The video also mentions that only 70 percent of the work has been finished, and they are still working on the tail lights, interior, and many other areas of this project. The 4-door sedan has been converted into a 2-seater hypercar, and it looks neat. The stock wheels have been replaced with aftermarket alloys, and both front and rear get disc brakes. As of now, Shrey has spent around Rs 17 lakh on this modification, and by the time this project is finished, it is likely to touch the Rs 20 lakh mark.
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