The Bugatti EB110, named to commemorate 110 years since Ettore Bugatti's birth, was the first car produced after the rejuvenation of Bugatti. The Bugatti EB110 was a superb aluminium bodied mid-engined V12 supercar. The EB110's extroverted design was penned by Marcello Gandini (also responsible for the Lamborghini Countach and Lancia Stratos), it received praise and dislike in similar measures.
Under the skin the Bugatti EB110 was mechanically advanced, it featured a 60 valve 3.5 litre V12 engine fitted with four turbochargers. This unit developed anywhere between 560 to 611 horsepower, and mated to a 6 speed AWD system it made the Bugatti EB110 a formidable driving tool.
As well as the 'standard' EB110, Bugatti created a lightened and more powerful 'SS' version. In total somewhere between 150 and 160 EB110 supercars were produced.