Hammer and shirt: how Bugatti Centodieci was created (video)

Hammer and shirt: how Bugatti Centodieci was created (video)

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The authors of the YouTube channel ND – Woodworking Art have created a wooden copy of the Bugatti Centodieci hypercar. The whole process of work on the car was shown on a 17-minute video. The replica is highly detailed and also equipped with opening doors, LED optics and an electric drive to the rear axle.

The work on the wooden Bugatti Centodieci took about 40 hours. When creating, a conventional hammer and plane were used, as well as an electric saw. The model is inferior in size to the usual Bugatti Centodieci and, judging by the video, is positioned as a car for children.

The Bugatti Centodieci hypercar was presented in 2019 in honor of the 1992 EB110 model. It was equipped with an eight-liter W16 four-turbine engine that develops 1600 horsepower. The car can accelerate from zero to the first “hundred” in 2.4 seconds, and its maximum speed is 380 km per hour.

The car is produced in a limited edition of 10 copies and costs 8 million euros. The famous football player Cristiano Ronaldo recently became one of the owners of a rare hypercar.

Previously, the authors of the Woodworking Art YouTube channel have already shown wooden copies of the Range Rover Evoque Overfinch crossover and the Ford F-150 Raptor pickup truck. However, these models were much smaller.

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