Carbon-bodied Bugatti EB110 Super Sport gets spotted on the street
The odds of randomly encountering a Bugatti EB110 Super Sport out in the open are virtually zero – the entire EB110 series consisted of 139 vehicles when it came out, only 30 of which were ‘Super Sport’. Now, imagine how lucky Carspotter Jeroen was to spot an all-carbon variant of the fabled coupe!
According to Bugatti, only five EB110 Super Sport had an all-carbon bodywork, and out of those five, four were factory-painted. This leaves only one visual carbon vehicle out of the entire series of 139 – this one, specifically.
The EB110 SS came out in 1995 packing a V12 with as many as five valves per cylinder and four turbochargers. The monstrous engine pumped out 700 hp (522 kW), an unspeakable amount of power at the time. To put things into perspective, a ‘normal’ EB110 had 611 hp (456 kW), which enabled it to sprint 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 3.3 seconds and max out at 351 km/h (218 mph).
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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