Eye Lashes Bugatti EB110 Looks Surprising, Is No Lamborghini Miura

Hanging around on the web every day means I occasionally stumble into a pic of a machine wearing eye lashes. Actually, there's a specific term for this, namely... car lashes and just when I was starting to think the trend has lost its fan base, I came across this image that involves a Bugatti EB110 that has been given the said treatment.
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The photo of an yellow EB110 showed up on Instagram and while this could always be a Photoshop job, it doesn't look like one.

Then again, given the fact that this shenanigan is easy to perform, it could very easily be the real deal. Oh, and the same can be said about removing the lashes, which is why purists should let their sense of humor take over and not fret regarding this matter.

Perhaps the EB110 wasn't chosen by accident. Now that Molsheim has brought the 90s hypercar back under the spotlights by paying tribute to it via the Centodieci, the retro toy has reached a much larger audience.

Keep in mind that the quad-turbo V12 toy we have here comes from an era when Bugatti was not under the Volkswagen Group umbrella. Heck, even the location of the factory was different, since this EB110 wasn't brought to the world in the site mentioned above, but rather at the Campogalliano factory.

Now, you might want to know how the Bugatti EB110 rolls. Well, here's a recent drag race pitting the thing against a Lamborghini Diablo. Note that the Bug in question is the initial GT model, not the sharper SS, but that doesn't seem to be an issue.

And since we've talked about the Centodieci, you should know there are also other ways of bringing the EB110 back, with this pixel portrait being an example as good as any.

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