Back when Romano Artioli was in charge of Bugatti, the exclusive EB110 Super Sport was their pride and joy. There were only 30 examples created and finding one these days is a supreme rarity. Well, one of these unicorns has turned up and it’s sitting pretty on the auction block for a lucky car fanatic with deep pockets.
This silver and black Super Sport is the peak of French heritage with Italian engineering, and it’s the precursor to the famous Veyron. Roaring under the hood is a 3.5-liter quad-turbo V12 capable of 610 horsepower. It’s known to be one of the fastest supercars produced in the ‘90s, as it’s able to go from 0 to 60 in only 3.26 seconds with a top speed of 221 mph. And this particular Bugatti EB110 SS only has 570 miles on the odometer. Considered to be rarer than the McLaren F1, this supercar is one of the most desirable automobiles on the planet.