The Ferrari Enzo is quite literally a poster child for 21st-century supercars, and an extraordinarily low-mileage example can be yours… if you’ve got a spare $2 million to burn.
Announced as one of the 150-plus powerhouse vehicles that are on offer in RM Sotheby’s Online Only: Driving into Summer auction, the 2003 Ferrari Enzo, chassis no. 13303, is one of just 400. The Enzo’s 618-horsepower Tipo F140B V-12 engine is capable of launching the exclusive Italian exotic to 60 mph in just 3.3 seconds before maxing out at a face-melting 218 mph.
This Enzo’s short provenance also makes it a prime choice for serious collectors. Just two California-based owners have put a mere 1,250 miles on the powertrain. And as if this if this Prancing Horse wasn’t already rare enough, its interior also boasts rare two-tone racing seats with red 3D cloth inserts.
As RM Sotheby’s notes, he Enzo, aptly named for the marque’s founder, drew from the Formula One technology and features that would go on to lead Ferrari and racing legend Michael Schumacher become the most dominant team-driver record in the motorsport’s history.
This 2003 Ferrari Enzo is expected to fetch between $2.3 and $2.9 million. Visit RM Sotheby’s website for more on how to bid.