A very special and rare Bugatti is apparently still up for grabs. The 1993 Bugatti EB110 GT is listed on RM Auctions with a date of January 15th, 2015 and no sale has been displayed. The blue beauty is taunting buyers with an asking price of $575,000-$775,000.
RM Auctions sold another 1993 EB110 GT in 2014 for $317,000 in Monaco. This version is listed much higher, and could be an indicator of why she has failed to net a buyer. Less than 150 units of this model were made, and they were crafted back in an elegant and special era for the Bugatti brand. The era was the time of the Bugatti Automobili SpA, established in 1987 and admitting defeat in 1995 because it takes more than just talent to stay afloat while selling very expensive supercars in very limited runs—it takes a miracle. The Bugatti Automobili Spa era was started by Romano Artioli as a movement to restore the glory to the nameplate. Where that method failed, Volkswagen has succeeded in serving as a parent to the exclusive Bugatti badge.
- This one is the 6th unit produced and was finished in March of 1993
- She only has 5,000 miles clocked
- Power is derived from a 3.5-liter V12 engine producing 550 horses via not 2, but 4 turbochargers
- The 0-60 sprint is achieved in just over 4 seconds with a top out of around 213 miles per hour
- The car was named to commemorate the 110th birthday of founder Ettore Bugatti and unveiled at the lavish Palace of Versailles
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