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Bugatti’s Pebble Beach car is Inspired by the EB 110 SS; To cost €8 million?

Bugatti has no plans to reveal information about its upcoming model anytime before the unveiling at The Quail on August 16, 2019. But, that doesn’t mean we will sit quiet and wait for the official announcement.

Update: Our sources have confirmed that the new Bugatti is indeed inspired by the EB 110 SS. We are told that “it’s a successor / tribute to the original and it’s breathtaking”.

July 22, 2019

According to Girardo & Co., Bugatti’s Pebble Beach car is rumored to be inspired by the EB 110 SS. So, we did some digging around and have learned that there is a chance that these rumors might be true. However, no one we have spoken with has been able to confirm these rumors yet.

The Bugatti EB 110 SS was built in the early 90s. It was powered by a 3.5-liter, quad-turbocharged V12 engine producing 603 hp and 479 lb-ft of torque. The engine was paired with a 6-speed manual transmission.

Rumors suggest that Bugatti plans to build 10 units of this special edition, each priced at €8 million. We did reach out to Bugatti for a clarification. Sadly, they couldn’t confirm the details mentioned in the Instagram post.

The excitement is building up and we are trying our best to get more information on the new Bugatti out to the public. The car has already been unveiled at a private event. So, we are hoping for bits of information to leak out ahead of the official reveal.

Stay tuned!

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