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Bugatti EB110
Romano Artioli, an Italian industrialist, bought the Bugatti brand in 1987, constructed a factory, and introduced the EB110 supercar in 1991. A. This car was unique due to its brilliantly modern design and inventiveness. It was faster and more expertly designed than anything else, which later led to Bugatti's notoriety.
 In late 1991, at a lavish introduction event held in front of Versailles, the EB 110 GT debuted after a flurry of testing and development work. The name? chosen to commemorate the 110th birthday of the late founder and patriarch of the Bugatti marque, Ettore Bugatti. The EB 110 GT checked off all the necessary boxes for an industry-leading supercar, both mechanically and spiritually.
Modern cutting-edge technology, such as a carbon fibre monocoque, active aero, and all-wheel drive, were concealed by the contoured low-cut bodywork. With a top speed of 212 mph and a 3.5-liter quad-turbo 60-valve V-12 engine producing 553 horsepower and 451 lb-ft of torque, the car can accelerate from 0 to 100 kmph in the mid- to low three-second range.
 Short of the unstoppable McLaren F1, the handful EB 110s that did leave Modena are perhaps the most painstakingly designed and cutting-edge supercars of the 1990s. The EB 110's development history is like poring over NASA documents; it used a carbon fibre monocoque when most supercars rode on aluminium or steel chassis, it had a unique small-displacement V-12 with a quad-turbo setup when most supercars were still naturally aspirated, and it had a sophisticated all-wheel-drive system. All of these innovations were ahead of their time.
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Did cars become less interesting after 90’s ? We believe so.

90s were simpler, people loved manual cars and had more mechanical bits in the car than gimmicky electronics. The cars felt fast, unsafe but fast and the pleasure of driving was absolutely unmatched. In fact, only few modern cars can compete with the gems that 90s gave us. Memories, wallpapers and nostalgia, let us take you to the 90s and make you fall in love with cars again.
-Syed Aamir Hussain
THE AUTO EPISODE
The world’s stage, on your page
VOL. 2 EDITION 11
November 1, 2022 to December 1, 2022
Read it online at THEDAILYEPISODE.COM
For unsolicited content, email the editor at theautoepisode@gmail.com
A product of Balkishan & Co.

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