For most car people, seeing a single supercar driving down the road is a rare treat. As such, we can’t imagine what bystanders must have been thinking when this trio – the Bugatti EB110 Super Sport, Veyron 16.4 Super Sport, and Chiron – blew past.
Bugatti calls the grouping the “Holy Trinity” of its modern supercar lineup, and while they each come from a different decade, there’s no denying the similarities. For example, all boast four turbochargers, carbon-intensive monocoque construction, all-wheel drive, and contemporary record-breaking performance.
Backing each of them up is the stunning scenery of the United Arab Emirates, including the Yas Marina Circuit and the city of Dubai. The locations provide the perfect foil to these incredible pieces of machinery.
Bugatti EB110 Super Sport
The EB110 took its first public bow on September 15, 1991, the 110th anniversary of the birth of company founder Ettore Bugatti (hence the car’s…