Rare Bugatti EB110 will be sold at auction in January, which will be organized by RM Sotheby’s in Phoenix, Arizona.
Before Chiron and Veyron, there was a model EB110. Bugatti’s supercar was powered by a 3.5-liter V12 engine with four turbochargers, which developed 560 hp. It was paired with a six-speed manual transmission, and the engine power was transferred to all four wheels. Its bodywork is made of carbon fiber.
Bugatti produced less than 150 copies of EB110 models before it fell into financial problems.
In August 1995, August Nuechter brought the car to the factory for servicing, but he was welcomed by dissatisfied workers who informed him that the company had gone bankrupt.
In spite of this, Nuechter retained his EB110, and over the course of two decades,he crossed 4.540 km, and when moved to the United States, he also transported the car.
This car will be sold in January, and it is expected that the new buyer pay between $750,000 and $950,000 for it. New Chiron costs more than $2.5 million, while the classical Bugatti Type 55 Roadster from 1932 at a recently held auction was sold for over $10 million.