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Bugatti EB 110
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Bugatti EB 110 Super Sport
Overview
Manufacturer Bugatti Automobili S.p.A.
Production 1991–1995 (139 produced)
Assembly Campogalliano, Modena, Italy
Designer Marcello Gandini (prototypes)
Giampaolo Benedini (final design)
Body and chassis
Class Sports car (S)
Body style 2-door coupé
Layout Mid-engine, four-wheel drive
Related Dauer EB 110
B Engineering Edonis
Powertrain
Engine 3.5 L quad-turbocharged V12
Transmission 6-speed manual
Dimensions
Wheelbase 2,550 mm (100.4 in)
Length 4,400 mm (173.2 in)
Width 1,940 mm (76.4 in)
Height 1,114 mm (43.9 in)
1,125 mm (44.3 in) EB110 Super Sport[1]
Kerb weight 1,620 kg (3,571 lb)
1,418 kg (3,126 lb)EB110 Super Sport[1]
Chronology
Successor Bugatti Veyron
The Bugatti EB 110 is a mid-engine sports car produced by Bugatti Automobili S.p.A. from 1991 to 1995, when the company was liquidated. It was the only production model made by Romano Artioli's Italian incarnation of Bugatti.

Contents
1 History
2 Specifications
3 Performance
4 Cars based on the EB 110
4.1 B Engineering Edonis
4.2 Dauer EB 110
5 Motorsport
6 References
7 External links
History
The Bugatti EB 110 was unveiled on 15 September 1991, at both Versailles and in front of the Grande Arche de la Défense, near Paris, exactly 110 years after Ettore Bugatti's birth.

In 1992, a lighter and more powerful model with 600 PS (440 kW; 590 hp)[1] called the EB 110 SS ("Super Sport") was introduced. The Super Sport could attain a top speed of 216 mph (348 km/h) and could accelerate from 0–62 mph (0–100 km/h) in 3.2 seconds.


Bugatti EB 110 SS (Super Sport)
Early in 1994, Formula One driver Michael Schumacher purchased a yellow EB 110 SS, giving the company a great deal of publicity.[2] Schumacher retained the car until 2003.

Derek Hill, son of American Formula One champion Phil Hill, was one of three drivers on a team that competed with an EB 110 in the United States at the 1996 24 Hours of Daytona.

Hard times hit the company in 1995 and as a result of chairman Artioli's over-ambitious purchase of Lotus in addition to the company's quest to develop the EB112 four door car, the company was bankrupt. Dauer Racing GmbH of Nuremberg, Germany, bought the semi-finished EB 110 cars in the assembly plant plus the parts inventory through the bankruptcy trustee. The remaining chassis and a version of the engine were later developed by B Engineering into their Edonis sports car.

Specifications

the quad-turbocharged V12 engine used in the EB110 GT
The car has a 60-valve, quad-turbocharged V12 engine fed through 12 individual throttle bodies, powering all four wheels through a six-speed manual transmission. The 3.5 L (3499 cc) engine has a bore of 81 mm (3.2 in) and a stroke of 56.6 mm (2.23 in) and is capable of 560 PS (412 kW; 552 hp) at 8,000 rpm, while the premium Super Sport version has a maximum power output of 600 PS (441 kW; 592 hp) at 8,250 rpm. Acceleration to 62 mph (100 km/h) takes 3.2 seconds. The GT has a top speed of 213 mph (343 km/h) while the Super Sport version tops out at 217 mph (349 km/h).[3] [1]

The car uses a double wishbone suspension, with the chassis built by Aérospatiale, an aircraft company, and made from carbon fibre. Equipped with Gandini's trademark scissor doors, it has a glass engine cover that provides a view of the V12 engine. The GT is equipped with a speed-sensitive electronic rear wing that can be raised at the flick of a switch, while the Super Sport has a fixed rear wing.

Reference Number 536330

as of 8/3/2018

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Viale del Lavoro, 52  Phone  +39 045 6702345  City  Bussolengo
37012 Bussolengo VR  Fax  +39 045 6718478  State  Verona
Italy  Mobile    Country  Italy Italy
Overview
Car 1995/5 Bugatti EB 110 SS
Exterior / Interior Color      Blue /      Grey 
Condition Pristine 
Mileage 5.000 km 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
Options Competition: Racing Seats
Electronics: Airconditioning, Climate Control, High class audio
Interior: Carbon trim, Leather interior
Mechanics: ABS, AWD, Catalytic Converter (CAT), Power Steering 
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Known History

Bugatti EB 110

Bugatti EB110 - Flickr - Supermac1961.jpg

Bugatti EB 110 Super Sport

Overview

Manufacturer Bugatti Automobili S.p.A.

Production 1991–1995 (139 produced)

Assembly Campogalliano, Modena, Italy

Designer Marcello Gandini (prototypes)

Giampaolo Benedini (final design)

Body and chassis

Class Sports car (S)

Body style 2-door coupé

Layout Mid-engine, four-wheel drive

Related Dauer EB 110

B Engineering Edonis

Powertrain

Engine 3.5 L quad-turbocharged V12

Transmission 6-speed manual

Dimensions

Wheelbase 2,550 mm (100.4 in)

Length 4,400 mm (173.2 in)

Width 1,940 mm (76.4 in)

Height 1,114 mm (43.9 in)

1,125 mm (44.3 in) EB110 Super Sport[1]

Kerb weight 1,620 kg (3,571 lb)

1,418 kg (3,126 lb)EB110 Super Sport[1]

Chronology

Successor Bugatti Veyron

The Bugatti EB 110 is a mid-engine sports car produced by Bugatti Automobili S.p.A. from 1991 to 1995, when the company was liquidated. It was the only production model made by Romano Artioli's Italian incarnation of Bugatti.

 

Contents

1 History

2 Specifications

3 Performance

4 Cars based on the EB 110

4.1 B Engineering Edonis

4.2 Dauer EB 110

5 Motorsport

6 References

7 External links

History

The Bugatti EB 110 was unveiled on 15 September 1991, at both Versailles and in front of the Grande Arche de la Défense, near Paris, exactly 110 years after Ettore Bugatti's birth.

 

In 1992, a lighter and more powerful model with 600 PS (440 kW; 590 hp)[1] called the EB 110 SS ("Super Sport") was introduced. The Super Sport could attain a top speed of 216 mph (348 km/h) and could accelerate from 0–62 mph (0–100 km/h) in 3.2 seconds.

 

 

Bugatti EB 110 SS (Super Sport)

Early in 1994, Formula One driver Michael Schumacher purchased a yellow EB 110 SS, giving the company a great deal of publicity.[2] Schumacher retained the car until 2003.

 

Derek Hill, son of American Formula One champion Phil Hill, was one of three drivers on a team that competed with an EB 110 in the United States at the 1996 24 Hours of Daytona.

 

Hard times hit the company in 1995 and as a result of chairman Artioli's over-ambitious purchase of Lotus in addition to the company's quest to develop the EB112 four door car, the company was bankrupt. Dauer Racing GmbH of Nuremberg, Germany, bought the semi-finished EB 110 cars in the assembly plant plus the parts inventory through the bankruptcy trustee. The remaining chassis and a version of the engine were later developed by B Engineering into their Edonis sports car.

 

Specifications

 

the quad-turbocharged V12 engine used in the EB110 GT

The car has a 60-valve, quad-turbocharged V12 engine fed through 12 individual throttle bodies, powering all four wheels through a six-speed manual transmission. The 3.5 L (3499 cc) engine has a bore of 81 mm (3.2 in) and a stroke of 56.6 mm (2.23 in) and is capable of 560 PS (412 kW; 552 hp) at 8,000 rpm, while the premium Super Sport version has a maximum power output of 600 PS (441 kW; 592 hp) at 8,250 rpm. Acceleration to 62 mph (100 km/h) takes 3.2 seconds. The GT has a top speed of 213 mph (343 km/h) while the Super Sport version tops out at 217 mph (349 km/h).[3] [1]

 

The car uses a double wishbone suspension, with the chassis built by Aérospatiale, an aircraft company, and made from carbon fibre. Equipped with Gandini's trademark scissor doors, it has a glass engine cover that provides a view of the V12 engine. The GT is equipped with a speed-sensitive electronic rear wing that can be raised at the flick of a switch, while the Super Sport has a fixed rear wing.