You say you cannot enter the same river twice?
Antonio Calva, owner of the company Casil Motors of Las Vegas, does not think so. In fact, he is going to give even a third life to the supercar Bugatti EB110, which in 1991-1995 produced an Italian company Bugatti Automobili S.p.A. When the firm went bankrupt, several of its former employees bought out the seventeen remaining carbon-fiber monocoques of the EB110 model and organized their own company B.Engineering. The company became a service center for Bugatti cars, and at the same time started building its own car.
The new supercar was given the name Edonis. The carboplastic chassis was supplemented with a modified V12 engine with a larger displacement from 3.5 to 3.8 liters and two large turbochargers instead of the former four - the payoff increased from 611 to 680 hp. Based on the Bugatti gearbox for the car, a new six-speed "mechanics" was created, and the all-wheel drive was replaced with the rear. Finally, the coupe got a new two-seater body painted by the author of the Ferrari F40 by Nicola Materazzi in collaboration with former employee Bertone Mark Deschan. The car was presented with a pomp on January 1, 2001 as "the first supercar of the 21st century".