Out of the 400 Enzos ever built, only one was bodied in bare carbon-fiber, which makes it pretty darn remarkable.
Initially, Ferrari offered just 349 Enzos for purchase, but after selling all of them and still getting numerous requests, the Italian car maker decided to build 50 more, bringing the total to 399. But none of them are as special as this particular unit, not even the 2014, 400th Enzo, exclusively built for the Vatican, and donated for charity.
Sporting an unpainted carbon-fiber body, the car rolled out the production line thanks to Carrozzeria Zanasi – a company that works very close with Ferrari and actually handles some of the Prancing Horse’s work, as well as bespoke customizations commissioned by various enthusiasts. It even handles all the Italian firm’s damaged stallions.
Offered for sale at Exotic Motors for $3.5 million, the Enzo draws power from a Tipo F140 B, 6.0-litre, naturally-aspirated V12, capable of producing 651hp at 7800 rpm and 657 Nm (485 lb-ft) at 5,500 rpm.
The price is justifiable given its rarity and exclusivity, more so as Floyd Mayweather put up a regular Enzo for sale for $3.2 million.