Bugatti EB110SS

Model Years 1992-1996
0-60 time (sec) 3.2
Top Speed (mph) 218
Torque (lb-ft) 480
Horsepower 611

Debuting in 1991 as a 1992 model, the Bugatti 110ss was among the most acclaimed supercars of the 1990's. Packing a 3.5 liter V12 with an incredible four turbochargers, the EB110ss was among the fastest cars of the 1990's. With an incredible 0-60 time of 3.2 seconds and an even more incredible top speed of 218 mph, for a time the Bugatti EB110ss was the fastest car in the world. The EB110ss was also known for its ability to handle well for such a large, powerful car. The problem with big supercars like the Jaguar XJ220 or the Lamborhghini Diablo is that they are designed to go quick in a straight line, and are generally incapable of putting their power down on a track with tight corners. The Eb110ss was much smaller then its competition, and also had a rear-biased four wheel drive system, which meant it had better traction and could turn sharper then its competitiors. Despite all of its advantages, only 31 units were produced and even those weren't in high demand due to an economic downturn in Europe and Japan and its somewhat ridiculous price.


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