Presented by Copley Motorcars – Before the Veyron and Chiron, the EB110 was introduced as the brand’s first modern supercar. After a hiatus that lasted decades, Bugatti introduced this model to shock the world and they succeeded. Powered by a quad-turbocharged V12 engine, the EB110’s power output is rated at 553 horsepower. While that power may be below what you find in supercars today, it was an equal footing with other supercars made during that era like the Lamborghini Diablo and Ferrari F50.
For sale right now is a 1994 Bugatti EB110 GT prototype that is in exceptional condition. It’s finished in the striking Blu Bugatti paint with a light grey leather interior, both of which are spotless. Its pristine condition makes sense when you learn that it has been driven a mere 680 miles since new. It’s not often that you find an EB110 GT for sale, let alone one in as good of condition as this one.
This EB110, engine number 0041, was completely refurbished before it was delivered to its first private Swiss owner back in 2000. A few years later, it landed in the United States as it was brought into an imposing collection. Since it has been in private ownership, it has been kept in incredible ciondition, as you can see from the photos.
This factory prototype Bugatti EB110 GT would make an incredible star in any collection, especially one featuring Bugatti’s latest creations. For more information, be sure to click the button below to view its online listing.