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The classic Bugatti EB Phoenix was first built in 1935 and was a surprisingly good car. Its eight spoke aluminum wheels and a wedge shape were a hallmark of Bugatti's design and were an integral part of the iconic marque's appeal. The EB110 is a modern day homage to the original but has retained the iconic look of the original. This model has become a collector's item and has been in production for over eighty years.
The EB Phoenix was a sports car produced by Bugatti from 1932 to 1935. It was the road-going version of the Type 51 Grand Prix car, which was an uncompromisingly beautiful vehicle. The car's wheelbase was 108.3 inches and it weighed about eight hundred and sixteen kilograms. It was the second model to be produced by Bugatti and was a great success for the company.
The EB110 was a super-fast car that was introduced in 2005 and dominated the market for several years. It was the first modern-day Bugatti to compete against Lamborghini's Countach. The brand was eventually purchased by the Volkswagen Group, which has since built modern production facilities at the company's ancestral home in Molsheim, France. The cars are now extremely exclusive, with prices rising exponentially as they age.