Redline Restorations goes to: Miller Motorcars Hypercars Through the Decades
The Bugatti EB110: First produced by the French automotive manufacturer Bugatti, in 1991, was innovative for its time. The EB110 introduced technologies such as a carbon fiber monocoque chassis, active aerodynamics and an all-wheel-drive system for better handling into the automotive industry. The French supercar produced 603 horsepower from its quad-turbocharged V12 engine and did 0-60 in 3.4 seconds. Production lasted until 1995 when the last of 139 cars was sold. The EB110 got its name as a tribute to the company’s founder, Ettore Bugatti when produced on his 110th birthday.
The McLaren F1: This one of a kind limited production hypercar has the stats to back up its unique seating position and looks. This three seater McLaren features a 6.1-liter V12 engine from BMW producing 618 horsepower. The BMW V12 allows the F1 to do 0-60 in 3.2 seconds, and reach up to 221 mph, and 240.3 mph with the rev limiter removed. This car held the world record for being the fastest production car from 1993 to 2004.
The Ferrari F40: The last car Enzo Ferrari approved for production, and the first car to hit 200 mph. The F40 featured a twin-turbocharged V8 engine producing 471 horsepower. Manufactured from 1987 to 1992, 1,311 cars rolled out of the Maranello factory. This specific F40 was customized by the Italian coachbuilder Eugenio Amos. Amos repainted the Ferrari from its original red to a dark green color. Along with the respray, Amos also re-upholstered the interior with tan Alcantara seats.
The Pagani Zonda Monza: This one-off one track weapon started off as a Zonda S, but was later modified into a track car. After its modifications, the Monza featured racing parts like Speedline monoblock rims, bucket Sparco seats, light plexiglass windows, and an anti-roll cage. Paganis mid-mounted V12 engine in the Monza produced 600hp. Due to its modifications, this 600hp beast was not street legal.
The Vector WX-3/ WX-3R: These two prototype hypercars were produced in 1993 by Vector Motors out of Wilmington, California. Both cars feature a 7.0 liter twin-turbocharged Chevy V8 engine producing 1200 horsepower. The WX-3 and WX-3R featured 3-speed automatic transmissions and were able to go 0-60 mph in 3.3 seconds.