The final example of the iconic Ferrari Enzo is expected to become the most expensive ever as it will be auctioned next month.
Speaking about the Ferrari Enzo to a “prancing horse” fanatic will mean hearing comparisons which you haven’t even thought about and this particular model isn’t helping that conversation either. We’re talking about the 400th and last example of the supercar which will be trying to find a new owner at the Monterey auctions, between the 13th and the 15th of August. Rumor has it that the Italian exotic ride will be sold for between 4 and 6 million USD which will be making it the most expensive Enzo ever.
The initial plan was to make just 399 units of the Enzo but the Italian brand has decided to produce a final one and gift it to Pope John Paul II. The Pope decided to auction the car with proceeds benefiting the 2004 Boxing Day Tsunami in South East Asia and the model will be sold once again. It has a Rosso Scuderia finish on its body, a carbon fiber rear spoiler, the Nero leather and Cuoio leather in the cabin, the Cuoio colored inserts and several other goodies. It has covered just 179 km and this means that it is basically brand new. The supercar was serviced last in December, 2014, by Ferrari of Central Florida. This has a 6.0l naturally aspirated V12 engine, rated at 651 HP (485 kW) and 657 Nm (485 lb-ft) of torque, being able to reach a top speed of 355 km/h (221 mph).