Brabus-tuned Bugatti supercar for sale with 8,000 miles on the odometer and a $740k price tag.
We're all familiar with the Bugatti Veyron and its many iterations. But before Volkswagen bought the marque, it was owned by an enigmatic figure named Romano Artioli, who was responsible for the creation of the EB110. Powered by a 3.5-liter quad-turbo V12, only 139 examples of the EB110 were made in the early 90s. Of those, only a 31 were made in Super Sport spec with over 600 horsepower, and only one was tuned by Brabus. Now that solitary example is up for sale.
The German tuner known principally for its customized Mercedes fitted the EB110 SS with and interior decked out in blue leather and a custom exhaust that boosted output to 615 horsepower. The rare supercar has 8,000 miles on the odometer and is now in the hands of British dealer called Oakfields, which is advertising it for sale at 475,000 pounds sterling – or nearly $750,000. That's a big chunk of change for a twenty-year old car, but considering that it can hit 60 in just over three seconds and top out at 216 mph – and that the Veyron commands well over a million – it just may be the supercar bargain of the year.