A silver Ferrari Enzo is up for grabs at the upcoming RM Sotheby’s online auction. Despite being rare, top auction houses often list these cars and sell for anywhere between $2.5-3.8 million. This one, however, is rather special.
It’s a 2003 Ferrari Enzo (chassis no. 132662) finished in Argento Nurburgring, which in itself, is quite rare. Apparently, only 2% of the Enzos sold were painted in this color. More than 70% of the cars were painted in Rosso Corsa.
Besides, this car is said to be the lowest-mileage Enzo in existence. It’s virtually new and even has most of its plastic wrapping from the factory intact. In mileage terms, the car has run just 141 miles! It comes with original manuals, car cover, fitted luggage, and spare key, all still in the original factory packaging.
At the heart of every Enzo is a glorious 6.0-liter V12 engine that makes 651 hp and 485 lb-ft of torque. It is bolted to a 6-speed automated manual transmission which drives the rear axle.
Despite its age, the Ferrari Enzo still looks quite fresh. It was replaced by the LaFerrari and Maranello is now busy working on its successor.
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