A LIMITED edition Bugatti hypercar has hit the market for a whopping £9million.
But the high-powered motor has already sold out, with only 10 models built worldwide.
The global manufacturer revealed the Centodieci – which translates to 110 in Italian – at an event in Pebble Beach over the weekend.
The sleek vehicle boasts an incredible 8.0-litre W16 engine, which can accelerate from 0 to 62 miles per hour in just 2.4 seconds.
According to Bugatti, the monstrous motor can produce a whopping 1,600 horsepower and reach speeds up to 236mph.
It also features narrow headlamps, LED daytime running lights and five round air inserts in the shape of diamond to allow for sufficient intake to its engine.
All ten models were quickly bought for a massive £9million each, with successful buyers able to select whatever colour they liked.
The car pays tribute to the Bugatti EB110 supercar, which was built in the early 1990s to celebrate the 110th birthday of founder Ettore Bugatti.
Achim Anscheidt, head designer of Bugatti, said: “We faced a number of technical challenges in terms of the development and design of the Centodieci.
“The EB110 is a very flat, wedge-shaped and graphically quasi two-dimensional super sports car of the late 1980s.
“Transporting this classic look into the new millennium without copying it was technically complex, to say the least.
“We had to create a new way of combining the complex aerothermal requirements of the underlying Chiron technology with a completely different aesthetic appearance.”
Earlier this year, Bugatti unveiled a one-off supercar that is the most expensive new car ever sold.
The La Voiture Noire, which is the only model in the world, comes with a hefty £14.4million price tag.
It was quickly snapped up by a wealthy investor after being unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show.