Supercar Bugatti EB110 is a real old-school supercarJanuary 6, 2019
Long before such models as the Veyron and Chiron, which have already become business cards of the French brand Bugatti, the company presented the supercar Bugatti EB110. The car was serially produced from 1991 to 1995. This is a really cool supercar that deserves your attention.
First shown back in 1991, the all-wheel drive sports car Bugatti EB110 is named after the 110th anniversary of Ettore Bugatti, the founder of the French car brand. Under the hood, this model had a 4-cylinder 3.5-liter V12 engine with 552 horsepower.
Designed by Marcello Gandini and Jampalo Bendini, the Bugatti EB110 received an even more powerful version of Super Sport (SS) a year later.
This modification of the sports car received a weight reduction of 150 kg (the total weight of the coupe was 1,400 kg), as well as 610 horsepower. The increase in the latter indicator was achieved after the installation of more productive injectors, exhaust system, as well as flashing the ECU (electronic engine control unit).
The EB110 SS had a limited edition of just 30 copies. From 0 to 100 km / h, the car could accelerate in 3.2 seconds, and its top speed was a whopping 355 km / h at that time.
Now, this car can be purchased at RMSothebys in Paris, France. The car of 1994 of release has a silver-gray body and a black interior. At the moment, he has only 916 kilometers. It is reported that the classic supercar was properly serviced and comes fully in perfect condition. There is complete documentation for the car.
The auction house did not disclose the estimated selling price, but these cars are usually sold for more than $ 1 million, depending on their condition.
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