The economic crisis is affecting every business owner and the best example is a Ferrari Enzo recently found in Dubai which is rotting away, after its owner probably returned home when his business in the mid-east failed.
The Ferrari Enzo covered in dust was found in a police impound so the supercar is most likely to be auctioned, but its new owner will have to spend a lot of money to take it to its initial look and performance, considering that the exterior temperatures in Dubai often exceed 46 degrees Celsius (115 F).
The Enzo model has been officially sold in just 399 units but many of them don’t exist anymore because of careless actions of their owners, which is the case of the Dubai supercar eaten by dust.
As a reminder, the Enzo was made in 2002 and named after the company’s founder, Enzo Ferrari, being powered by a 12 cylinder mid-engine mated to an electrohydraulic shift F1 – style transmission, with reinforced carbon fiber silicon ceramic carbide composite brakes and with a carbon fiber body.
Its massive V12 6.0 liter DOHC 48v engine is delivering 660 horsepower at 7.800 rpm and 485 lb-ft of torque at 5.500 rpm, burning 7 mpg on city roads and 12 mpg on highways.