If you are in the market to splurge some cash on a collectible exotic, the Bugatti EB110 is one of the hottest investments right now. Prices of these cars are on the rise, and more and more EB110s are popping up on the market.
Last month, a rather special EB110 prototype was sold for a cool $2.1 million. Now, a UK-based classic Ferrari dealer and restorer is offering a one of a kind right-hand-drive Bugatti EB110 SS prototype.
The chassis GT055 is truly unique as it was the only EB110 built with the steering wheel on the right. The car is equally quirky as it features an asymmetrical seat. While it’s a GT underneath, it has Supersport bodywork. Inside, you will find a glove box from the GT and Recaro bucket seats and upholstery from the SS.
The car was restored by B-Engineering in Italy and was later modified by Dauer, adding new brakes, suspension, exhaust, radiator, turbos and a rear wing. The engine was rebuilt using higher spec pistons, increasing the compression ratio. The motor now puts out 645 hp, allowing the car to accelerate from 0-60 mph in 3.2 seconds, and it can reach a top speed of 221 mph.
The RHD EB110 prototype was earlier sold by Amari Super Cars. Its current asking price is not known.