1994 Bugatti EB110

Sale Price
$3,000,000 - $3,500,000
Est. Range
21 August 2022
Sold Date
Lot Number
Gooding & Company
Auction House
Chassis no. ZA9BB02E0RCD39012. Grigio Chiaro Metallizzato over black leather. 3499/603hp quad-turbo V12, BBS wheels, Michelin Pilot Sx tires, Ansa exhaust, cassette, books, tools, accessories.

Evaluation: One of 30 regular production Super Sport models and showing just 991 km (616 miles). Sold new in Germany, then spent some time in Japan before coming back to Europe. Serviced in Italy in 2019. There is a small scratch on the rear bumper, but otherwise the car is flawless and is likely one of the lowest mile EB110s of any type around.

Bottom Line: Analog exotics from the 1980s and ’90s were the talk of the town in Monterey this year. They were last year, too, but in 2022 prices were remarkably even stronger. This Bugatti was one of several record-breakers, eclipsing every other EB110 ever sold at auction as well as the €2,030,000 (about $2.31M at the time) the same car sold for in Paris in 2019.

by Andrew Newton
7 September 2022
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