Rare Bugatti EB110 has crashed during the 2009 Bavaria Moscow City Racing event on city streets around the Kremlin. The car has crashed into a concrete fence. Shuffle advance to the 25-jiffy feature, and you will see the rear passenger circle sudden off and fly up into the air. The rear super looks to have been partly torn off from the impact, which also forced open one of the scissors-doors.
The EB110 was built to celebrate the 110th birthdate of Ettore Bugatti, and is the predecessor to the Veyron and only 139 cars were produced. The four-veer appeal car features a mid-engined 3.5-liter quad-turbo V12 that produces up to 542 horsepower. It has a 0-100 km/h time of 3.4 seconds, and a 343 km/h (213 mph) top rapidity. A year after its 1991 entrance, Bugatti released a SuperSport model that shaved the 0-100 km/h time by 0.2 seconds, while increasing the top rapidity to 348 km/h (216 mph) and cost $350,000.
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The accident took place during the second supercar parade. Behind the veer was a Russian man with a “supermodel girlfriend” session in the passenger seat. Both seemed to be pure physically, but the destruction of a $2 million car probable caused some emotional dent.