When Bugatti started to sell EB110 SS in the year 1991, it was completely a different company. Bugatti EB110 SS initially planned to push the boundaries of that period of supercar. Bugatti EB110 SS packed a punch thanks to combination of design and technology of that era. It featured a quad-turbo 3.5-liter V12 engine that drove all four-wheels with the help of a six-speed manual gearbox. Other contributing factors were carbon-fiber monocoque chassis, it had active aero. The end result of these changes was EB110 Super Sports or Sport Stradale.
Bugatti later added on larger injectors to the V12, a new ECU and a new with less restrictive exhaust system. The result was an impressive 603hp which was far better than standard GT’s 553hp and 650Nm of torque. The extra output from quad turbo engine was further enhanced by weight saving features. Thus, the final Bugatti EB110 SS was lighter by 330lbs than standard GT. Body panels were made from carbon fiber with inclusion of magnesium alloy wheels, a fixed rear wing and a simplified interior. Bugatti claimed that supercar can accelerate from 0 to 62mph in 3.26 seconds before reaching the top speed of 220 mph.
It was adjudged as world’s fastest production vehicle in the year 1995. The crown changes heads when McLaren introduced by reaching 240 mph. This particular Bugatti EB110 SS has chassis number 39040. It was considered as last model built by Italian maker in 1995. The exterior is covered in Grigio Chiaro Met complemented by two-tone interior. It was with Italian owner from 2003, but available for sale. EB110 SS is listed by Girardo & Co with a “Price Upon Application” note.