So the EB110 SS ( Or the "Politically Correct" way of saying it, the EB110 Super Sport.), Bugatti's first and almost last Supercar due to Bugatti going bankrupt in 1995.
In the standard GT form, it's quad turbo V12 with 12 ITBs and 60 valves all working through a 3.5 litre engine made an impressive 560hp which went to all 4 wheels via a 6 manual gearbox.
But not content with just being pipped to the title of fastest production car by the Jaguar XJ220, they brought out the SS version, which was lighter and more powerful, over 600 horsepower to be exact.
That gave the title to Bugatti for quite awhile....
aaaannnndd then the Mclaren F1 showed up.
After Bugatti went bust, A German company called Dauer Sportwagen GmbH bought the spare parts and uncompleted chassis's and built the Dauer EB110.
Dauer wasn't in over its head in doing this, After all it was a Dauer prepped Porsche 962 which thanks to some regulation loopholes won the 1994 Le Mans 24 hours and then went on to building street legal versions of the 962 called the Dauer 962.
One of which was independently top speed tested and verified with a top speed of 251.4 mph in 1998 making it the fastest street legal production car at the time.
The Dauer EB110 was built to an even higher spec than the SS version, It was lighter thanks to more usage of Carbon Fibre and was even more powerful with 645hp or with the optional Sport exhaust and modified ECU an even crazier 705hp.
Bugatti these days is usually followed by the names of either 'Veryon' or 'Chiron', but both own their quad turbo insanity to the EB110.
Verdict: Sleeper 👍