As part of the bidding in Paris, a unique version of the prototype of the Bugatti EB110 SS supercar in 1993.
In contrast to the serial all-wheel-drive model, which was limited to 36 copies, the prototype has a rear-wheel drive and was built to test the engine and homologation.
Of the other features of the supercar is the presence of two petrol tanks (one for each row of cylinders of the V-engine), having a single filler neck. Plus, the prototype received a modified gearshift lever, with the engine cover here made of carbon fiber.
In the movement of the rarity, Bugatti EB110 SS leads a 3.5-liter V12 engine with four turbines. The motor develops 611 hp. and 647 Nm, providing auto acceleration from a place to a hundred in 3.3 seconds. The maximum speed of the coupe is 355 km/h.
The exposition for sale has a mileage of only 3,300 km, and the auction organizers plan to raise for it from 850 000 to 1 100 000 euros.