f you’re in your 40s now and never had a poster of a Bugatti EB110 Super Sport on your wall, you’re possibly on the wrong website. A good 30 years ago, the EB110 was the pinnacle of motoring innovation and ingenuity, rivalled only by Ferrari’s F50. The Italian supercar had it all, amazing lines, scissor doors and a powerplant that defied logic. Being fitted with a quad-turbocharged 3.5-litre V12 sounded like something thought up by someone who didn’t know what engine specs meant. There were only 134 of these cars built, two of those being prototype development models, and this makes them rare purely looking at the numbers, but that rarity and the mind-blowing performance has made the car one of the most sought-after in the world of supercar and hypercar collectors. It's not often that they come up for sale, and when they do they command serious price tags. They often exchange hands for around R1,500,000 to $2,000,000, and the most expensive sold to date was the last one produced which fetched an amazing $19,100,000 and it had just 720 miles (1,158 km) on the odometer. It’s safe to say that the mileage has likely not increased much since that 2019 transaction. That car looked good in Grigio Chiaro (metallic silver), and the one that was on most posters was in French Racing Blue. This one that’s heading to auction at RM Sotheby’s is arguably even better looking in that Bianco Monaco paint.
Take a look at the YouTube video that shows off why the Bugatti EB110 is one of the coolest supercars of all time. Sure, it's not the same Bianco Monaco paint, but that doesn't really make much difference. Considering these cars are now 30 years old and they still offer up stonking performance, it's no wonder they're regarded as iconic and legendary. With roughly 134 cars made, they've become expensive automotive investments housed in the world's best collections: Bugatti EB110 SS | 90s Supercar Legends [Part 1] | Supercar Driver
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