The World’s Only Bare Carbon Ferrari Enzo is Up for Sale
The hallowed Ferrari Enzo is indeed one very special machine. A scant 400 of these Prancing Horse supercars were built between 2002 and 2004, each clad in super lightweight carbon fiber body panels and each wielding a triumphant Ferrari V12 engine, capable of 660 horsepower. This one, however, is not your average Ferrari Enzo. Whereas most Enzo supercars rolled out of Ferrari’s factory in a shade of Rosso Corsa (red), this one sports unpainted carbon fiber body panels. In fact, it’s said to be the world’s only bare carbon fiber Ferrari Enzo. The rarified Italian supercar recently resurfaced, popping up for sale in St. Louis, Missouri of all places, however putting it in your garage won’t come cheap. RELATED: See More of the "Bare Carbon" 2004 Ferrari Enzo
So how does a Ferrari Enzo appear naked in the wild? The supercar was spotted last year at a Ferrari event in Italy, and it’s said to be the work of Ferrari’s carefully entrusted partner, Carrozzeria Zanasi, which works closely with the automaker on high-end bodywork repairs and painting.
Whereas this Ferrari Enzo was originally clad in Rosso Corsa paint like its contemporaries, it was brought to Carrozzeria Zanasi to be fully rebodied in all-new bare carbon fiber panels, matching the shape and contours of the original car. It was likely quite the time (and money) consuming process, especially given that the conversion wasn’t a simple respray or the result of a vinyl wrap. All-in-all, it’s a truly one-off creation amongst a very small class of supercars; it doesn’t hurt that it looks jaw-droppingly gorgeous either.
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The price for such a rarity? According to Carscoops, the all-carbon Ferrari Enzo asks $3.5 million. While that number may seem otherworldly to some, Hagerty Insurance values the average Enzo at about $2.3 million, with the world’s best examples at around $2.9 million.
Given that this one sports a claimed 3,172 miles on its odometer and one-off looks, it’s not hard to see where the top-dollar price comes from.
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