The Bugatti EB 110 is one of the most famous supercars of the 90s but despite this some tuner have tried their hand at preparation before the failure of the company.
The first company to experiment with a tuned variant of the EB110 was the Swiss Rinspeed which in 1994 presented its own Cyan.
Based on the GT version, the car was completely reworked with a new aerodynamic body kit and with new alloy wheels wrapped in Pirelli P Zero high-performance tires.
The interiors have also been modified with new inserts in fine materials and new equipment such as a Nokia 2110 mobile phone and a Nackamichi stereo system.
The original V12 3.5 Quadriturbo engine with 550 hp was replaced with the more powerful model of the EB110 SS, which was able to deliver 610 hp.
Produced in a single copy, it was tested by the Formula 1 driver Jochen Mass, who recorded a maximum speed of 359 km / h with acceleration from 0 to 100 in 3.4 seconds.
Still in 1994, another tuning company tried his hand at strengthening the supercar and it was nothing less than Brabus.
The famous Mercedes-Benz tuner in fact produced a specimen based on the EB110 GT equipped with a new stainless steel exhaust system with four terminals and other upgrades that will allow the engine power increase up to 630 hp.
The last tuner who worked on the development of the EB110 was the German Dauer, who acquired all the material left over from the factory after its failure in 1995.
The vehicle, built between 1998 and 2007 in eight copies, differed from the original model for the carbon fiber bodywork and the power of the V12 engine 3.5 Quadraturbo elevated to 645 hp.
Test Drive of the Dauer EB110
Although they all have some very interesting cues, the Dauer EB110 is my favorite as it is an extreme example of a car that was already extreme of its own. And which do you prefer?
Thank you to Valentina Zanola and Alessandro Renesis for the cooperation