Evaluation: Showing just 9946 km. One of about 30 Super Sports built. No discernible age to the body or interior. Some paint is coming off the wheel locks, but that’s it. An EB110 is special. An SS is even better, and this is a consistently maintained, barely driven example.
Bottom Line: Romano Artioli’s ambitious but poorly timed revival of Bugatti in the 1980s-90s produced only one real model – the EB110. Unlike its younger VW-backed 16-cylinder siblings, the EB110 relied on a small engine and light weight but was still exotic stuff with a quad-turbo V-12, a high price, and a 139-car production run. The relevance and cachet of its badge today plus its analog driving experience make the EB110 just the type of car that many bidders were pining after in Monterey, and this Super Sport model brought a record price for the model.