The new 1500-horsepower Chiron is nice and all, but if you're seeking a more analog Bugatti experience, look no further than the EB110. It's a 550-horsepower quad-turbo V12 all-wheel drive 1990s supercar that was sold in extremely limited numbers. This one just popped up for sale, and it looks like a seriously good buy.
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According to in San Diego, California, this EB110 GT is the 30th produced out of 85 examples. It's finished in a lovely silver over matching grey leather with wood trim, with OEM race-style multi-spoke wheels and a working deployable rear wing.
This car apparently spent its entire life in Japan before being imported to the US by the sellers earlier this month under the 25-year import law. All of the body panels look in good condition, while the interior looks virtually new—not surprising considering the low 13,885 km (8628 miles) odometer reading. All original documentation, as well as detailed service records, will come included with the sale.
With an asking price of $950,000, it's certainly not cheap—unless you're judging by current Bugatti prices. A new Chiron will run about three times that price, and while it's certainly faster, it's not nearly as unique. Find this EB110 for sale .