Produced back in 2002, the design of the Enzo draws heavily from Formula 1 technology, utilizing a carbon fiber body, an automated-shift manual transmission, carbon fiber-reinforced silicon carbide ceramic disk brakes, active aero and traction control, and a hefty V12 engine based on the V8 carried by the Maserati Quattroporte. Only 400 of these cars were ever built.
As for Vettel’s current model, the car was originally delivered new to Germany and subsequently purchased and imported into Switzerland for the Formula 1 racer, where it found its home within his extensive collection ever since. While very few optional extras were available at the time of production, this particular example — numbered 399 out of the 400 made — came equipped with medium racing seats and Rosso instrument dials.
It also boasts an exceptional service record and still retains its original chassis, body, engine and gearbox, earning it the Ferrari Red Book Classiche certification. Purchase of the car comes complete with everything you’ll need, including the original handbooks, the service and warranty supplement, pouch, OEM torch, spare key, a Ferrari car cover, and its history file.
For those interested, you can learn more about Vettel’s 2004 Enzo Ferrari over on Tom Hartley Jnr’s website.
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