A super rare Bugatti is up for sale
Bugatti has had a pretty special time this year, with them making many special versions of the existing Chiron for their 110th birthday. But the car in question is the EB110, and it has nothing to do with this year. In fact, it was unveiled 25 years ago, and it is impressive in every single way even today. This car, the EB110 SS, is a special, high-performance version of the EB110 GT.
This car marked the 110th birthday of Ettore Bugatti, and hence the name. And the SS version had a lot more to it than the standard car. It produced 600 hp from its quad-turbo 3.5 litre V12, with the power being sent to all four wheels via a six-speed manual gearbox, which means that it could go from 0-60 mph in just 3.3 seconds and had a top speed of over 200 mph, making it the fastest car of the time.
In fact, the EB110 Super Sport was so good, even Michael Schumacher had one(not this particular one though). The thing that makes it so special however, is that this car, chassis 39040, is the last one of the 30 EB110 SS ever made. That's right, it's the last one to roll off the production line. And it was finished in September 1995.
With a Grigio Chiaro paint job and a two-tone interior, this might be one of the most important Bugattis ever made. And you can have one, if you can afford it.