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The Bugatti EB 110 is a mid-engine sports car produced by Bugatti Automobili S.p.A. from 1991 until 1995, when the company was liquidated.
It was the only production model made by Romano Artioli’s Italian incarnation of Bugatti.
Development of the EB 110 started in 1987 on the engine and chassis, with work being carried out by Tecnostile, headed by Tiziano Benedetti,
Achille Bevini, and Oliviero Pedrazzi. The trio had worked on the Lamborghini Miura chassis and engine development and had subsequently established
their own company which was known to Ferruccio Lamborghini and Paolo Stanzani who were involved in early talks with Romano Artioli. Stanzani was
chosen as company Technical Director thanks to his career experience with the Miura, Espada and Countach.
Several designers received copies of the chassis drawings in order to propose styling for the bodywork: Paolo Martin, Giorgetto Giugiaro,
Nuccio Bertone and Marcello Gandini. Bertone proposed a design prepared by Marc Deschamps (who will style the B.Engineering Edonis in 1999)
but soon after lost interest in the project. That same design would be presented again as Bertone Lotus Emotion. Giugiaro’s ID90 prototype
was presented some time later at the 1990 Turin Car Show. Gandini gained wider acceptance by being well known to Stanzani and having worked on
the styling of the Cizeta V16 which was powered by an engine designed by Tecnostile. Hence initial prototypes based on Gandini’s design began testing in 1989.
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