1994 Bugatti EB 110 SSSOLD

Bugatti EB110 SS Supersport “Le Mans”

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Only 3 EB 110 SS of this ”LeMans” version were built. Over 700 HP, 12 cylinder,3.5 liter, all wheel drive, 6 speed, cockpit adjustable boost. Carbon fiber chassis and body panels. Produces a 0-60 time of only 3.14 seconds and officially homologated max speed of 232 mph.

Reference Number 7301

as of 2/20/2007

Car 1994 Bugatti EB 110 SS
VIN ZA9BB02E0RCD39022 
Small Series  1 of 3 
Exterior / Interior Color      Silver /      Dark Grey 
Condition Pristine 
Mileage 2,500 miles 
Configuration Left Hand Drive (LHD) 
Transmission Manual Shift 
Options Interior: Leather interior 
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Known History

This car is a Bugatti EB110 SS “Le Mans”, one of three special built Bugatti’s. Two were built for a significant collector in Japan (this is one of these) and the other was built for Michael Schumacher. This car is the only one produced in Silver Metallic. The “Le Mans” Bugatti was built with all carbon bodywork in addition to the carbon tub, and feature a higher tuned engine with 700 hp and a cockpit controlled adjustable boost system.


The EB110 “Supersport Le Mans” edition qualified as the fastest production car in the world with a 0-60 time of only 2.9 seconds and an officially homologated maximum speed of 232 mph. The engine performance upgrades included: Polished aluminum turbo intake system, four upgraded turbos, fuel injectors, fuel pressure regulators, engine management calibration, increased turbo boost, etc


The standard Bugatti EB110 SS was designed for enthusiasts who desire maximum performance from a car while retaining comfort and security. The total production of the “Supersport” model is unknown, but thought to be less than 20.


Some features offered on the EB110 were excluded or replaced on the EB110 SS. Certain elements of the bodywork are produced in lightweight carbon fibre, while some of the mechanical components within the engine and transmission are manufactured from magnesium and titanium further lightening the overall weight of the vehicle.