The car has a 6-valve, quad-turbo V12 powering all four wheels through a six-speed gearbox. The 3.5Ltr engine is capable of 553hp @ 8000rpm. Acceleration to 60mph takes 3.4 seconds and the GT has a top speed of 213mph.

    Double wishbone suspension carries a chassis built by Aerospatiale, an aircraft company, incarbon fibre. It features Gandini's famous lifting scissor doors, a glass engine cover giving a view of the V12 engine and a speed sensitive electronic rear wing that can be raised at the flick of a switch. Even the gear shift knob is placed closer to the driver to help reduce the time taken to change gear.

    Five pre-production prototypes with alminium chassis were built, followed by eight With composite chassis. After these it is believed that only 95 GT, and 31 SS, production models were constructed.

    In 1992 a lighter and more powerful version of the car giving 603hp @ 8250rpm, the EB110 SS (Super Sport) was introduced. This car is capable of 216mph and 0-60 in 3.2 seconds.

    F1 driver Michael Schumacher gave the company a great deal of publicity when he purchased a banana-yellow EB 110 SS in 1994. This was followed by Derek Hill, son of the American F1 World Champion Phil Hill, an two other drivers taking an EB110 to the 1996 24hrs @ Daytona.

    Hard tmes hit the company in 1995 when Chairman Artioli's over ambitious purchase of Lotus, in addition to the company's quest to develop the EB112 four door car, drove the company into bankruptcy. Dauer Racing GmbH, of Nuremburg, bought the semi-finished EB 110 cars in the assembly plant, plus the parts inventory through the bankruptcy trustee. The remaining chassis and engine were later developed by B engineering into their Edonis sports car.

    Michael Schumacher retained his EB110SS, despite racing for Ferrari from 1996 and having a had a high profile collision with a truck in 1995 (for which he blamed the braking system), untill 2003, when he sold it to Modena Motorsport.

                                                                      1/24th scale kit.

                                                                         Built by Rod.

   Rod built this car specifically for the Bugatti collection centre display in 2007. It is straight from the box using Halfords car paints and Humbrol enamels.