When Romano Artioli brought the Bugatti nameplate back to life with the EB 110 in 1991, he did not disappoint. Featuring a quad-turbo V12, all-wheel-drive, and a carbon fiber monocoque, the EB 110 could storm from 0-60 in 3.5 seconds and a top speed of 212 MPH. This 1994 EB 110 GT was the factory prototype used in testing, and was restored to like-new condition before being sold to its first owner in 2000. The car then made its way across the Atlantic into the hands of a well-regarded collector, who is now offering it for sale. With just over 680 miles on the odometer, this might be one of the best examples of the EB 110 in existence.