400 copies of Ferrari Enzo have been ever made, and only one received a body from pure carbon fiber, which makes it really special. Ferrari, back in 2002, presented Enzo model, named after the founder of the company, as a luxury and exclusive supercar. Due to its extremely attractive aerodynamic elements of carbon and interesting looks, Ferrari Enzo model was sold almost immediately, and believe it or not, despite their high price, the customers were asking for more.
Originally, the Ferrari brand has offered only 349 Enzo models for purchase. However, after they were all sold out, the car manufacturer from Italy decided to make 50 more, which brings us to a total figure of 399 copies. However, none of these models were not so special as 400 in a row, like this one of whom we’re talking about, which was made exclusively for Vatican and was donated to charity. The body of this car was left naked, did not get any color, and proudly wears its details in carbon fiber.
The car was produced thanks to Carrozzeria Zanasi, a company that works closely with the Ferrari brand. Exotic Motors is offering this model on sale for 3.5 Million dollars, with Tipo F140 B, 6.0 liter V12 engine that can produce 651 horsepower at 7,800 rpm and 657 Nm of torque. Its high price is justified by the fact that this exclusive model is unique, and by the fact that Floyd Mayweather selling its “ordinary” Enzo for 3.2 Million dollars.