There were around 130 Bugatti EB110s sold when the company went bankrupt in 1995, but Dauer Sportwagen, a German racing and tuning company, bought the remaining stock of EB110 parts as well as the intellectual property rights required to manufacture a few more examples. The first four they produced were continuation cars, but then in 2001, they released the first Dauer EB110 Super Sport Light Weight. This model replaced the aluminum body pieces with lightweight carbon fiber, and just one of those five has an exposed carbon fiber exterior. Read more to see Jay Leno get an up-close look at the latter.
Tthe 3.5-liter V-12 was also boosted to 700 horsepower, and only five carbon-fiber EB110s exist, with just the single example you see above being clear-lacquered and unpainted. Jay Leno joined Derek Hill, the son of F1 legend Phil Hill, to showcase the EB110, who raced an EB110 at the 24 Hours of Daytona.