If we exclude the specimen which is donated as charity to Vatican, Ferrari made Enzo model in only 399 copies, and one of them will look for a new owner at auction to be held by RM Sotheby’s Arizona on 19 January 2017.
Called by the name of the founder of the legendary Italian car company, Ferrari Enzo with chassis number 50152 was manufactured in 2003 and is owned by the famous fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger, which has for the past 13 years with him driven only 5,829 kilometers.
In the photos you can see that Hilfiger’s red Enzo is in perfect condition, both outside and inside, and bearing in mind that for several similar samples in previous auctions requested (and received) from $2.9 to 4 million, RM Sotheby’s believe that the new owner of Tommy’s specimen will have to pay more than $4 million.
Enzo was designed by Japanese man, Ken Okuyama who was once head of design at Pininfarina, and many consider it one of the best Ferrari of all time. It is powered by a centrally located 6-liter naturally aspirated V12 engine (F140B) that has 660 horsepower and nearly 490 pound-feet of torque, which are used to push the Enzo from 0-100km/h per hour in just 3.2 seconds, while a top speed is 350 km/h.