And it's for sale right now.
For today's younger automotive enthusiast, French supercar marque Bugatti is undoubtedly best known for the Veyron - the bonkers, sixteen-cylinder, quad-turbocharged monster that set the automotive world on fire with its 2005 launch.
But before the Veyron, there was the EB110. Developed prior to Vokswagen's acquisition of Bugatti in the late 1990s, the Bugatti EB110 was a beast in its own right, boasting a quad-turbocharged V12 with individual throttle bodies, a carbon-fiber monocoque chassis, and acceleration that is, even by today's standards, breathtaking.
And if you happen to be a trust fund inheritor or a successful day trader with a weakness for 90s supercars, you might want to get your checkbook ready, because there's a superb example listed for sale right now
This example is one of just 84 or so EB110 GTs ever built, with a whopping 553 horsepower on tap at a screaming 8,000 rpm, all-wheel drive, and a curb weight just shy of 3,600 pounds. That's good enough for a 0-to-60 sprint in a little over 3 seconds, and a top speed in excess of 200 miles per hour.
Notably, this Bugatti EB110 is yellow, just like the EB110 Super Sport that F1 great Michael Schumacher famously owned, but with a dramatic red interior. It's only done around 9,000 miles since new, which works out to a few hundred miles per year since its 1993 build date.
The one crucial detail we don't know about this superb 1993 Bugatti EB110 GT is how much it costs. Back in 2018, a black example with even lower mileage sold at RM Sotheby's in Arizona for just shy of $1 million, but given this example's loud, rare color combination, we could be looking at an even higher estimate.
One Vladimir Tretyakov announced the car's sale on Facebook last month, declining to list a price and instead inviting interested buyers to contact him.