£1,411,250 ($1,591,749)
Not sold at a high bid of
£1.5M - £2M
Est. Range
Lot Number
RM Sotheby's
Auction House
Chassis no. ZA9AB01E0PCD39040. Blu Bugatti over Grigio Chiaro leather. 3500/560hp quad-turbo V12, 6-speed manual, all-wheel drive, active aerodynamics, black wheels, walnut dash.

Evaluation: From The Gran Turismo Collection. One of 84 GT models out of a total production run of 139 EB110s. Stored in London, then sold to the US, then came back to the UK in 2004 and went to Europe in 2005, then became part of The Gran Turismo Collection in 2012. Original paint with small chips to the frontal area. The wheels are fresh-looking and superb. Forgivable slight delamination on the edge of the windscreen. Superb fresh interior and a smart, detailed engine bay. Showing 11,202 km (6961 miles). Maintained and fitted with new tires.

Bottom Line: Christie’s sold this car back in 2005, when these were more early nineties oddities rather than high-tier collector pieces, for just £117,500.The sale price in 2022 may be over 10 times as much, but it was also under low estimate and just over Hagerty UK’s condition #3 value of £1.3M. We, RM Sotheby’s and surely the seller expected more. EB110s only exploded in value over the past year or so, but the other GTs sold at auction recently have been near or even above the $2M mark.

by John Mayhead
12 November 2022

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Parts car.
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