Time flies by relentlessly. The Ferrari Enzo is celebrating 20 years since its premiere at the Paris Motor Show this year.
Today, the Ferrari Enzo is already a legend among the models not only of the Italian car manufacturer, but of the entire automotive world. It was produced in 400 pieces – 399 pieces were sold out before production started, the 400th was produced in 2004 and subsequently donated to the Vatican for charitable purposes.
Fewer than 20 examples were produced in the non-standard colour, and this particular piece in Nürburgring Silver Metallic is one of them. Mecum Company it will be offered in an auction called Kissimmee, which runs between January 4-15, 2023. So prospective buyers have plenty of time to crack their pigs.
This example was produced in 2003 and among its biggest weapons is a very low raid. After almost twenty years it has less than twelve thousand kilometres. The silver paintwork Argento Nürburgring is beautifully complemented by the silver alloy wheels shod with Bridgestone Potenza tyres.
The Enzo on offer offers Skyhook suspension, Brembo carbon ceramic brakes and a limited slip differential. Under the hood is a 6.0-liter twelve-cylinder with an output of 485 kW (651 hp), the transmission is a six-speed automatic. With a measured top speed of 355km/h, the Enzo is still the fastest Ferrari in history in terms of top speed.
The interior is finished in black with Nero leather seats with Cavallino stitching. The carbon package in the interior supports the already sporty impression of the model named after the founder of the Italian car manufacturer.
Recent auctions have indicated that Ferrari Enzos for sale fetch between one and two million dollars. The most expensive piece sold during the coronavirus pandemic for $2,640,000. This was a historic record for an online auction. We will have to wait until next January to see how much Enzo silver sells for.