If you have always wanted to get your hands on a Bugatti EB110, you’re in luck… sort of.
An American company called Casil Motors is helping make the SP-110 Edonis Fenice a reality, teaming up with B Engineering in Italy. This is actually not the first time B Engineering has tried to resurrect the EB110, creating the Edonis in 2001. The former Bugatti employees managed to find a batch of the Bugatti EB110’s carbon fiber monocoque chassis and outfitted it with a 3.8-liter twin-turbo V12 engine with 720 horsepower. The company also decided to toss out the EB110’s all-wheel drive for a rear-wheel-drive system, while pairing the powerplant with a six-speed manual transmission, just like in the EB110.
B Engineering originally had plans to produce 21 units of the Edonis, but that never happened. The Italian company, however, still provides service to existing EB110 customers, so it knows a thing or two about the Bugatti EB110.
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Stepping in to help make the Edonis a reality is Casil Motors, calling the new SP-110 Edonis Fenice “the ultimate analog supercar.” It will be produced at B Engineering and the SP-110 will be built on a never-before-used, Bugatti-produced EB110 chassis. Power will come from B Engineering’s 3.8-liter V12 engine.
The company claims the supercar will go zero to 60 mph in 3.4 seconds, on its way to a top speed of 220 mph. Interested buyers will be able to work with the company to personalize the interior and a range of exterior paint shades will be offered, including original EB110 options.
Interested? Casil Motors is taking $2,500 deposits for the SP-110 Edonis Fenice. Two body styles will be offered, but, unfortunately, neither look as great as the original EB110.