According to the estimates of RM Sotheby’s auction house, for one of the 400 automobile specimens produced by Ferrari in 2002, the new owner will have to splash out more than $2 million. Four years after Ferrari finished the production of the F50 in 1998, on the scene of ultrasport cars appeared new most powerful Ferrari, whose design was signed by Japan’s Ken Okuyama. Behind the name Enzo (by which the Italian company best honored its founder) was presented a car that, with the look of some parts of its bodywork, should have show how will look Formula One car with a roof and fenders.
Ferrari offered Enzo in just 400 copies, and the uniqueness of the model that was produced in 2004, and which RM Sotheby’s auction will soon offer at auction, is supported by the fact that is the only Enzo whose body is painted in Tour de France blue.
According to preliminary estimates, the new owner will have to pay more than $2 million for an exceptionally preserved copy that has 8,884 kilometers, and in turn will receive a car that is powered by a centrally located 6-liter atmospheric V12 engine whose 660 horsepower is enough to accelerate from 0 Up to 100 km/h after 3.3 seconds and more than 350 km/h.