The Ferrari Enzo is a rare beast.
One of the most powerful naturally aspirated production cars in the world, only 400 of them were ever produced.
So, when a Ferrari Enzo comes up for sale – it’s a pretty big deal.
And when one comes up for sale that’s a unique, low-mileage example with royal provenance, it’s a huge deal.
So, what makes this one so special?
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The Enzo was introduced at a time in Ferrari’s history when the color palette for road cars was still quite limited.
The vast majority of examples were painted either red, yellow or black.
There were a handful of other cars selected in different shades of blue, silver, gray or white.
While some of these colors were rare, it took very special influence and customer standing to be allowed to select a true one-off color.
It was only fitting that such a car was specified by a member of the royal family of Brunei.
This groundbreaking hypercar was uniquely specified with Nero Opaco (matte black) paintwork over a matching Nero leather interior with Nero carpets.
This incredible triple black specification was further personalized with large-sized seats and Rosso instruments.
The one-off car was kept at the family’s London residence, where it made the occasional fleeting appearance (it’s only done 5,730km), before being brought over to the Asia-Pacific region.
The car has recently been subject to a cosmetic restoration by Carrozzeria Zanasi, the official paint shop for all of Ferrari’s hypercars, Tailor-Made editions and Icona series cars.
With receipts totalling more than €110,000, Zanasi went through the cosmetics of the car extensively.
The typical “sticky’ switches were replaced, as were the front and rear headlights, and rear bonnet glass.
The car’s original Nero Opaco paintwork was also fully repainted, too.
Rare Ferarri Enzo
This incredibly rare Ferrari Enzo is expected to fetch a significant sum of money when it goes to a ‘sealed’ auction at RM Sotheby’s next month (5-7 December 2022).
Another black example of the rare Ferrari Enzo went under the hammer in late 2021 and sold for $3.4 million.