With only 139 specimens ever created, Bugati EB110 was one of the rarest supercars coming from the nineties.
This line was more present than the 106 models produced by McLaren F1, but it was far rarer than Ferrari F40 cars that produced in 1.311 copies, Porsche 959 with a figure of 337 units, or even Jaguar XJ220 model with a final number of 257.
These make EB110 models very difficult to find decades later on the market of used cars, but now one of them is just found there.
As you can see, the model is painted in black, and it looks far better with the red interior, which is also a much more unusual combination than the classic French Racing Blue or Silver, in which most of them are created. In addition, this is an SS model, shortened by Supersport, so it owns a quad-turbo V12 engine matched to 611hp, instead of 550, produced by the GT version.
This power is sent to all four wheels through a six-speed manual transmission, which allows sprint to 100 in 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 350 km/h, which is quite high, even according to today’s standards….
The car you see has less than 1,000 kilometers on its odometer and this makes it an extraordinary option available at the Joe Macari Performance Cars London Showroom and listed on the JamesEdition auction house, while it is estimated to get a new owner at a price of £894,950.
For anyone with Bugatti not a favorite toy, Joe Macari comes with a few more challenging supercars in the offer, such as the Ferrari F12 TdF, the black Enzo, which we talked about some time ago, the Aston Martin Vantage GT8 and the Porsche 962.