Bugatti to revive iconic EB110 this week
Bugatti is revealing the spiritual successor to the epic EB110 of the nineties this week at Pebble Beach.
We don’t know much about the new car yet but an Instagram page dedicated to showcasing and selling some of the most expensive collector cars in the world alleges that just 10 will be built, priced at 8 million euros apiece.
The Divo was the last special Bugatti to be revealed at Pebble Beach, a more hardcore version of the Chiron. Some are suggesting the EB110-inspired model could be a full-on track car but we cannot confirm that yet. Judging by the new video, the model will pay homage to the EB110 with visual hallmarks like the small horseshoe-shaped grille, slanted nose and circular inlets behind the side windows.
The original EB110 came in 1991, with a hardcore SS variant arriving a year later. Both models used a 3.5-litre quad-turbo V12, with the SS pushing output 450kW and 649Nm. Michael Schumacher owned one back in the day, with his featuring a unique layout and more comfortable interior.