The Ferrari Enzo that was split in two in a devastating 2006 crash before being completely rebuilt, has sold for 1,568 million euros ($1,75 million) at RM Sotheby's Paris auction.
Unrecognizable from its 2006 self, the car crossed the auction block painted in a new shade of gloss black and outfitted with a Bose stereo system, carbon fiber rear spoiler, reversing camera, power windows and satellite navigation.
When this Enzo left the factory in 2004, it was painted Rosso Corsa and once delivered to the United States, outfitted with a set of aftermarket wheels. However, its life was cut short after it split in two at around 260 km/h (162 mph) on the Pacific Coast Highway.
While the crash utterly destroyed the prized Italian supercar, it was repaired by Ferrari Technical Assistance Service and even certified by Ferrari Classiche in its restored state.
Even though it has just 2,500 km (1,550 miles) on the odometer, the final auction price is well below what other Enzo's, including Floyd Mayweather's, have sold for recently.