The early '90s rebirth of Bugatti wasn't limited just to the EB 110 supercar. Bugatti debuted the EB 112 sedan at the 1993 Geneva Auto Show, but the car would never enter production. Instead, three prototypes were built, with the example shown here being the only one built by Bugatti. Power comes from a 6-liter V12 making 450 horsepower, mated to a five-speed manual transmission. Styling is by Giorgetto Giugiaro, and traits seen in the modern incarnation of Bugatti's Veyron can be seen in the horseshoe grille. Inside, machined aluminum plates decorate the lux interior, similar to the original Bugattis of the '30s. Performance is said to be superb, with handling even better than the EB 110.