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1995 Bugatti EB110 SS

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Mar 18, 2019

Category: Rides

Bugatti is rolling out the red carpet to celebrate its 110th birthday, releasing a variety of new, pristine special vehicles, but what caught our attention recently is a classic model from the ’90s. This 1995 Bugatti EB110 SS is believed to be the final one built by the French automotive manufacturer and we can’t help but drool.

The EB110 model was unveiled on Ettore Bugatti’s 100th birthday and was known as the supercar that was built to raise the bar with its carbon fiber monocoque, which made it 350 lbs lighter than the GT. It hides a robust 3.5-liter V12 600 bhp engine under the hood. Just like the GT, it has 12 separate throttle bodies and four turbochargers, but it features larger injectors, an improved exhaust, and a more finely-tuned ECU. The supercar can burst to 62 mph in just 3.26 seconds and maxes out at more than 200 mph. There are only 30 examples of this model, but if you want this one, you’ll have to contact Girard & Company for a price.

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