It’s long been rumored to exist, but now we know for sure – the only white Ferrari Enzo ever made is up for auction.
Offered in a bespoke 24-hour auction by RM Sotheby’s, the one-off is up for grabs with no reserve meaning it will sell.
Just 400 examples of the Enzo were said to have been produced, with only 20 painted in non-standard colors for special clients.
This one painted ‘Bianco Avus’ is the only white car ever built by the Maranello factory.
Completed in May 2003, chassis 133023 also features a black leather interior with Rosso Corsa red dials and carbon fiber bucket seats.
Originally bought by a “very private German-Swiss billionaire,” the car was then sold to a collector in Hong Kong.
It’s clear neither of them drove it much, though, with only around 9600km (6000mi) showing on the clock.
It was never even registered in Hong Kong at any point.
Sotheby’s notes that the car will only be “made available to the most discerning of clients.”
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We’re certainly hoping the winning bidder ends up being one of the more public Ferrari collectors out there, though.
We’d love to see this car actually getting out on the roads, rather than tucked away in secrecy for another 20 years.
The bidding for it will commence on June 29.
Ferrari Enzo specifications
- Engine: 6.0-liter naturally aspirated V12
- Power: 651hp (485kW)
- Torque: 657Nm (485lb-ft)
- Transmission: 6-speed sequential, rear-wheel drive
- 0-97km/h (0-60mph): 3.3 seconds
- Top speed: 351km/h (218mph)