2002 Bugatti EB 110 SS

In 1991, Italian entrepreneur Romano Artioli resurrected the famed Bugatti company with its first model since 1947, the EB 110 GT. Shortly after, the EB 110 SS was introduced, with 611 hp over the GT's 550 hp from the quad-turbo V12. With a 0-60 time of 3.2 seconds and a top speed of 216 MPH, the EB 110 still holds its own 25 years later. This black-on-red EB 110 was actually produced by Dauer, who bought the remaining parts and refined and assembled five EB 110 SS models after Bugatti went defunct in 1996. The Dauer cars are easily the best of the EB 110s, making an already rare car even rarer.

  • 2015 Ferrari LaFerrari

    The Ferrari. That's the rough translation of Ferrari's pinnacle hypercar, the LaFerrari. Over 70 years of racing experience have been poured into this, the ultimate statement from Scuderia. With over 900 hp from a 6.3 liter V-12 and an electric motor, extensive use of carbon fiber and other exotic materials, and active suspension and aerodynamic parts, the LaFerrari isn't just the most technologically advanced road car Ferrari has ever built, it's one of the most sophisticated cars ever made. This extremely rare black-on-black example will be up for auction on August 19, 2017, in Monterey, California.

  • Lotus Evora GT430

    The most powerful road-legal Lotus ever is about to hit the street. The Evora GT430 takes the already-lightweight Evora and does what Lotus has always done best — shave pounds and improve handling, along with a significant bump in power. A supercharged version of the 3.5 liter Toyota V6 produces 430 hp, while carbon fiber body panels and aluminum and titanium alloys bring weight down almost two pounds under the base Evora. 0-60 comes in 3.9 seconds, along with the unheard of feel and handling Lotus has been known for since their founding.

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