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Bugatti EB 110 SS (US spec) specs

Car type Coupe
Curb weight 1735 kg (3825 lbs)
Power / weight 346 ps (341 bhp) / t
Torque / weight 361 Nm (266 lb-ft) / t
Introduced 1992
Origin country Italy
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Performance

Top speed 345 kph (214 mph)
0 - 100 kph 3.5 s

Powertrain

Engine type V12 DOHC at 60° Quad turbo, 60 valves
Displacement 3.5 l (214 ci)
Power 600 ps (591 bhp / 441 kw)
Torque 626 Nm (462 lb-ft)
Power / liter 171 ps (169 hp)
Transmission 6 speed manual
Layout middle engine, all wheel drive
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Fastedee  2y ago

Interestingly they thought at first thought that it should have a 40/60 % Front/Rear torque distribution to match the weight distribution. However, the chief engineer of the project said that doesn't sound quite right-let me work out the numbers. Many hours later he emerged from his office and said 27/73 will be ideal. Later, the driver took it out and said it's beautiful-don't change a thing.


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Mach-1  7y ago

I remember seeing a picture of this as a little kid and thinking it was the coolest thing ever.


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realist  9y ago

Sportwagen in Nuremberg, Germany, bought the remaining stock of EB110 parts from the Bugatti factory.[3] A complete spare parts catalogue, with exploded diagrams and part numbers is now available from Dauer Sportwagen. The company has used the few remaining incomplete chassis to produce the limited edition Dauer EB110.

The revised car weighs 507 pounds less than the 4,233 pounds of the original US-spec Bugatti. The European version weighed 4,145 pounds, but the Dauer car weighs only 3,726, despite adopting the longer US-style bumpers, which protect the car better. The crash beams behind the bumper skins are also made from carbon fibre.

The Bugatti engine is a 3.5-liter, quad-cam, five-valves-per-cylinder, 60-degree V12 with four IHI turbos. It originally came in two forms, with the EB110 GT rated at 560 bhp (420 kW) at 8,000 rpm and the > Super Sport

delivering 650 bhp (480 kW) at 8,250 rpm.[4] The four-wheel-drive car can reach 60 mph (97 km/h) in just 3.3 seconds,[4] achieve a standing kilometer in under 19 seconds and has an estimated maximum speed of 230 mph (370 km/h), some 12 km/h (7 mph) faster than the original.


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Georg  10y ago

there was even a 3. EB 110 SS version..after Bugatti went bankrup in 1995. Dauer (the guy who had build the LeMans winning Dauer Porsche 962 LeMans) has bought the remaining parts from Bugatti and finished a series a Dauer EB110 SS ... with even more power and lower weight..


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Georg  10y ago

to end this..there were realy two version of the SS avaible..the one for the US market was heavyer and had thanks to 8 !!!! catalysators slightly less power...

I turned this into the US version... and ALL EB110 were AWD


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Anonymous  10y ago

well one of them needs to be deleted.


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man1  10y ago

what you call "this" is the
1992 Bugatti EB 110 SuperSport
and not the eb110gt as you claim (can you read where you are commenting?). ss indeed means super sport, although here in fastestlaps eb110ss and eb110supersport are entered as different cars .


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BumRush  10y ago

This EB110 GT and EB110 GT-SS are not the same car lol, else they wouldnt have put a SuperSport after it lol


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Anonymous  10y ago

3.3 0-100 and it had such a terrible ring time, what gives.


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man1  10y ago

this car and the eb110ss are the same car. besides, in here the technical information are correct, mentioning that the home country is Italy back then bugatti was owned and built by italians) whereas fastestlaps' eb110ss and gt tech details are incorrectly reporting France as home country.


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Anonymous  10y ago

Well i dont believe this is Ugly, but im with ya On the Countac FL, thata thing is Uglyyyyy.


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Georg  10y ago

good that a Ex F1 driver completely prove you wrong nismoGTR fanboy..

 


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FastestLaps  10y ago

Uglyest and worst supercar ever

It may not be the best supercar but in my eyes it's not ugly. If this is ugly then so is Lamborghini Countach and many classic hypercars.


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nismoGTR  10y ago

Uglyest and worst supercar ever


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rick  11y ago

i have a 7,47 EVO n52 page20 done with 2 people onboard with wet.
they say it can do a 7,30 in optimal conditions


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Anonymous  11y ago

you never know with that japanese technology..lol


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FastestLaps  11y ago

10 turbos wouldn't make sense because engine would become painfully complicated and without any increase in power - since you can get the same power increase with one massive turbine. Multiple turbos are used to reduced so called "turbo lag". But 10 sounds like too much to be practical.


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FastestLaps  11y ago

Yes it is possible to have 10 turbos on a single engine. But I don't think it could make any sense. And yes, it is possible to have both - turbo and supercharger on a single engine. In fact there are mainstream cars with such engines - like Golf GT 1.4TSI.


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Anonymous  11y ago

is it possible to have more than 4 turbos? like say 7 or 10 or whatever? just curious..lol and is it possible too have turbos and superchargers?


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Anonymous  11y ago

its kinda hard to bilieve the new cts-v beat thin thing round the ring..lol butt helly yeah gooo caddy..lol


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FastestLaps  12y ago

Try Google. That's all I can suggest. Even in Wikipedia there is "citation needed" written next to this lap time.


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Otreblax  12y ago

Sorry, I Haven't....
Where i can found the real source?



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Heyhuub  12y ago

Is there a real source for that time except wikipedia?
As much as i like the car, without a real source this time will be deleted.