Sportwagen in Nuremberg, Germany, bought the remaining stock of EB110 parts from the Bugatti factory. A complete spare parts catalogue, with exploded diagrams and part numbers is now available from Dauer Sportwagen. The company has used the few remaining incomplete chassis to produce the limited edition Dauer EB110.
The revised car weighs 507 pounds less than the 4,233 pounds of the original US-spec Bugatti. The European version weighed 4,145 pounds, but the Dauer car weighs only 3,726, despite adopting the longer US-style bumpers, which protect the car better. The crash beams behind the bumper skins are also made from carbon fibre.
The Bugatti engine is a 3.5-liter, quad-cam, five-valves-per-cylinder, 60-degree V12 with four IHI turbos. It originally came in two forms, with the EB110 GT rated at 560 bhp (420 kW) at 8,000 rpm and the > Super Sport
delivering 650 bhp (480 kW) at 8,250 rpm. The four-wheel-drive car can reach 60 mph (97 km/h) in just 3.3 seconds, achieve a standing kilometer in under 19 seconds and has an estimated maximum speed of 230 mph (370 km/h), some 12 km/h (7 mph) faster than the original.