RM Sotheby’s to Auction off Ultra-Rare 2003 Ferrari Enzo
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RM Sotheby’s is no stranger to offering up some of the world’s finest exotic sportscars and hypercars. Now, the house is set to auction a 2003 Ferrari Enzo.
To this day, the Enzo model, which was birthed in 2003, remains one of the premier models from the automaker. Appearing in classic black, the 2003 Ferrari Enzo is constructed from carbon fiber and aluminum. Additionally, the model’s design was inspired by grand prix cars and features a rakish nose, ground-effect aerodynamics, and a small active spoiler. Giving the car its power is a 5,998-cc V-12 engine that produces 651 horsepower.
The 2002 Enzo has been well taken care of – being of the possession of just two owners and has been serviced several times throughout its existence. Additionally, the car features just 17,474 kilometers (about 10,858 miles) on the odometer.
The 2003 Ferrari Enzo is slated to fetch €3,800,000 – €4,200,000 EUR (about $4,123,570 – $4,557,630 USD) when it hits the auction on Tuesday, February 1. For more information, check out the listing here.
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