The Ferrari Enzo is the epidemy of Italian supercar design and performance, defining itself as the successor to historic Ferrari models like the 288 GTO, F40, and F50. Incorporating technology from Formula 1 and design characteristics from Pininfarina, the Enzo was worthy enough to share the same name as the company's founder.

With only 400 chassis allocated to be produced, the auction professionals at RM Sothebys are delighted to showcase the upcoming sale of this magnificent Ferrari Enzo known to be the lowest mileage in existence. The last learned "in the wrapper" Ferrari Enzo is presented as a single owner with only 141 miles on the odometer.

This Enzo is chassis 132662 and features a stunning 1-of-9 Argento Nürburgring exterior, perhaps to be the only one with a Cuoio interior configuration. While the vast majority of Enzos were finished in Rosso Corsa, Nero Black, and Gaillo Yellow, rarity and collectibility sets in with only 2% being silver. The car still has much of its factory protective packaging intact, including plastic on the door sills, tape wrapped around the ignition key, and even plastic covering on the brake and gas pedals.

Its 651 horsepower and 485 foot-pound torque Tipo F140B 6.0L naturally-aspirated V12 engine remains in the same museum-grade condition as it left the Maranello factory more than two decades ago. Additionally, it is accompanied by its original owner’s manuals, car cover, spare key (still enclosed in a Ziploc bag alongside the manuals), and factory three-piece fitted luggage set, which has never been unwrapped. This 2003 Ferrari Enzo will begin its auction without reserve through RM Sothebys on March 15th and concludes on the 17th.

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