The EB110 was created in the midst of Bugatti's late 1980s brand revival.
Romano Artioli, an Italian businessman who bought Bugatti in 1987, had a vision for the brand
The Bugatti EB110's 1991 launch signalled the beginning of a new era: the age of the super sports car.
Its dramatic appearance, scissor doors, and massive amount of power
The Bugatti EB110 smashed four world records in the years that followed: the fastest accelerating sports car
the fastest sports car using natural gas, and the fastest production automobil
Yet in the early 1990s, sales of super sports vehicles fell. Four years later, the plant was forced to close once again
By 1995, the plant had manufactured 39 EB110 Super Sports and 95 EB110s, for a total of around