There’s A Rare Black Dauer-Built Bugatti EB110 SS For Sale In London

With only 139 examples made, the Bugatti EB110 was one of the rarer supercars to come out of the 1990s. It was slightly less scarce than the 106 McLaren F1s produced, but far less ubiquitous than the Ferrari F40 (1,311), Porsche 959 (337), or even the Jaguar XJ220 (275).

That makes them rather hard to come by decades later on the second-hand market. But this one is even rarer than most.

As you can see, it’s painted black, which a) looks rather striking with the red interior, and b) was far less common than the French Racing Blue or light silver in which most of them were made. On top of that, it’s an SS model (shorthand for Supersport), with its 3.5-liter quad-turbo V12 amped up to 611 horsepower (instead of 550 in the GT version).

Driven to all four wheels through a six-speed manual, all those galloping horses were quoted to deliver a 0-62 time of 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 216 miles per hour – still incredibly fast, in other words, even by today’s standards.

As if that weren’t enough to set it apart in this rarified company, it’s also one of the final examples made, by Dauer, in 2002 – long after Romano Artioli’s Bugatti Automobili SpA went bust in 1995, and Volkswagen’s subsequent acquisition of the marque in ’98.

In all that time, it’s put on just 652 miles… all of which makes for one rather compelling option, available from Joe Macari Performance Cars in London, and listed on JamesEdition for £894,950 – or about $1.16 million at current exchange rates.

If the Bugatti’s not to your liking, Joe Macari has some other tempting supercars on offer – including a Ferrari F12 TdF, a black Enzo, an Aston Martin Vantage GT8, and a Porsche 962.

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  • Bash

    ooh i want this so bad!!

    • exeptor

      Does anyone knows what Dauer change in EB110? It is clear what they did for Porsche 962, but can’t see a big difference in this car in comparison with “normal” EB110.

  • Six_Tymes

    WANT WANT WANT. now i REALLY wish I could win the lottery! ugghhh.

  • thunder bolt

    I wonder how much it will cost to replace the interior with a different color.

    • exeptor

      Vilner (there are several post in the site about this company) will charge you around 2000-2500 euro if you want to replace the red leather with black one (normal leather and not cayman or python one :)) for example.

  • Eunos

    I highly recommend watching the documentary about the brand with the man behind this masterpiece – Romano Artioli

  • Blade t

    That is a VERY red interior….

  • john1168

    Those headlights are hideous! They look like they belong on a completely different car!

    • pcurve

      I agree… ugly as sin, this car was.

  • schumacher had this. he sold it right after the brake failed at monza.

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