A set of photos showing the Bugatti EB110 Hommage premiering at this weekend’s Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance have surfaced online.
These images, sent to us by a reader who found them online, show the new limited-edition Bugatti in an indoor facility with sketches of the car in the background. The vehicle appears to be based around the Chiron but receives bespoke bodywork to somewhat mimic the look of the famed Bugatti EB110 Super Sport.
Up front, the EB 110 Hommage includes a horseshoe grille much smaller than the grille found on the Chiron and similar in size to the small horseshoe of the EB110. Additionally, there are reshaped air intakes and a protruding carbon fiber front splitter with a white pinstripe. You’ll also inevitably notice incredibly thin horizontal LED headlights.
As for the sides of the EB110 Hommage, they are just as bold the front and include white and black wheels sitting over red brake calipers. The door skins have also be remodeled and bespoke skirts fitted. Arguably the most obvious throwback to the EB110 Super Sport are the presence of five small circular cut-outs directly behind the side windows but unfortunately, they don’t appear to serve any functional purpose. We don’t yet have images of the car’s rear but can see a large fixed-wing.
Recent reports have indicated that production of the EB 110 Hommage could be capped at 10 units worldwide with each starting at approximately $8.9 million. The car’s Chiron underpinnings mean its 8.0-liter quad-turbocharged W16 engine likely pumps out the same 1479 hp and 1180 lb-ft (1600 Nm) of torque, allowing it to reach 62 mph (100 km/h) in approximately 2.4 seconds and continue through to a 261 mph (420 km/h) top speed.