For the second year running, the historic cultural association 'Bugatti Automobili Campogalliano APS' is present. This year, in Largo Sant'Agostino, the association is exhibiting the extremely rare Bugatti Eb112, whose 30th anniversary falls this year. The car, which was presented in 1993 at the Geneva Motor Show and of which only three examples exist, was a futuristic concept of a super sports saloon at the time and has been called the 'most beautiful sedan in the world'. The one on display is the original example from the Geneva presentation, with its carbon fibre chassis, 6-litre V12 engine (derived from the Eb110) and design by Giorgetto Giugiaro.
A unique and special opportunity to see it, since the car has not been exhibited in Modena and its surroundings since 1995 and comes from a private collection.
Former company employees and volunteers will also be present at the stand, ready to explain the car and tell anecdotes about the history of the Italian Bugatti.
The cultural association, founded by the Pavesi family (custodians of the Bugatti factory in Campogalliano for more than 30 years), former employees and enthusiasts, aims to keep alive the history of the Bugatti factory in Campogalliano in operation from 1987 to 1995.