Just 31 examples of a Bugatti EB110 with scissor doors were created. Of those 31 cars, just two were then enhanced by German tuner Brabus. One of those glorious cars is now for sale by Oakfields, a specialty dealer. The rare exotic machine can be yours for around $730,000.
One of two Bugatti EB110 supercars to receive the Brabus treatment is now available
This version boasts a bespoke blue and black leather interior and identifiable Brabus side sills with an enhanced quad-exhaust system. Aside from the aesthetic and aerodynamic changes, Brabus did not alter the EB110’s multi-turbocharged 3.5-liter V12 engine–which is a bit unusual for an aftermarket tuner. Brabus specializes in enhancing supercars to pull out a few more horses by chip-tuning the production engine. Apparently, the Bugatti production version packed sufficient prowess as-is. That can be expected with so many turbochargers and dual overhead camshafts.
Basically, Brabus manipulated the exhaust system, look and feel of the Bugatti EB110. The engine is mated to a six-speed manual gearbox powering all four wheels. The Brabus exhaust enhancements are four fluted round pipes that serve as the only exterior clue that the model was tuned.
The Bugatti EB110 was unveiled in GT form in 1991, with production ending in 1995 due to bankruptcy. Automotive powerhouse Volkswagen eventually purchased the name, and today we have the hyper-machines that comprise the Bugatti Veyron line.
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