Bugatti was reborn in 1991 when the EB110 GT was unveiled in 1991 in Paris, exactly 100 years after founder Ettore Bugatti's birth. A supercar in every way, the EB110 GT packed a quad-turbo V12, all-wheel-drive and was a fitting return to production for Bugatti. Shortly after the introduction of the EB110 GT, the reborn Bugatti improved the model with the EB110 SS, adding 50 horsepower to the 3.5-liter V12 and shaving over 350 pounds, thanks to generous carbon fiber and a stripped-down interior. The EB110 SS pictured here is the last one to leave the original factory before the company folded in 1995. Only 30 EB110 SS models were built, and this particular car is in absolutely immaculate condition. Registered to the factory, this car was sold to a company in Luxembourg before being bought by the current owner. With its rarity and impressive performance even by today's standards, this EB110 SS is already a classic.