It is believed that the car will achieve an extremely high price, because the last designed Enzo with the serial number 400 on the chassis was made for Pope John Paul II who, although was a great lover of cars, never drove it. The last made Ferrari Enzo is one of 30 exceptional cars that will appear next month at Pebble Beach auction in the United States. Each of 400 produced Ferrari Enzo is special in its own way, but none can’t boast the owner as the last manufactured copy.
Among the special touches include Daytona seats and rear spoiler made of carbon fiber, and a car is considered to be a practically new, because it is driven only 179 kilometers. Among the specific detail of this car includes hand-written sentence by the former director of Ferrari, Luca di Montezemolo, which can be seen under the bonnet. Luca there wrote on Italian: “This unique in the history of Enzo Ferrari was created as a sign of solidarity with those who suffer and inspired by the Holy Father, John Paul II.”
The car was presented to the Pope in January 2005, and the Pope then asked Ferrari to sell the car, and that all revenue be directed towards the victims of the tsunami that struck Southeast Asia.
The buyer has been found in the United States, where the car stayed until today. According to estimates by RM Auctions, the next lucky owner of the last Enzo will set aside between $4 and $6 million.