Bugatti EB110 (1994)
The brutalist yet sleek aluminium-carbon body cloaked truly cutting-edge mechanicals. Power from an outlandish quad-turbo, 60 valve 3.5-litre V12 was sent to all four wheels via a manual transmission.
The EB110 also featured innovative double wishbone suspension front and rear - it was a real technical tour de force; a certain Michael Schumacher even bought one. The car is the only right-hand drive example, built for the 1994 British Motor Show.
It was fitted with a prototype ‘SuperSport’ engine as well as prototype SS body parts, and was used to develop the higher-performance variant. It left the factory with 603bhp, up on the standard car’s 553bhp, and was capable of 0-60mph in just 3.2 seconds, and 220 mph flat out.
This particular model – perhaps the most special of the 139 EB110s built - has been restored, and upgraded further in recent years, with new pistons and turbos fitted by Dauer, liberating 645bhp from this remarkable engine. Enthusiasts won’t want to miss this spectacular, and increasingly sought after ‘90s supercar.