There may be other Ferrari Enzo examples finished in white, but this one is the first and only painted ‘Bianco Avus’ straight from Maranello. It left the factory May 22, 2003 and was eventually exported to Hong Kong in 2011 from the private collection of a German-Swiss billionaire.
This Ferrari Enzo, chassis 133023, is just one of fewer than 20 “Extracampionario” cars finished in a non-standard color, which is a privilege reserved exclusively for Maranello’s most valued and discerning clients. It’s powered by a naturally aspirated 6.0L V12 engine generating 651 hp and 485 lb-ft of torque, mated to an automated manual F1-inspired transmission, enabling it to hit 60 mph time in just 3.1-seconds. The vehicle is headed to RM Sotheby’s auction in Canada, with bidding set to begin on June 29th. Can’t afford this one-of-a-kind Ferrari Enzo? We don’t recommend getting a Pontiac Fierro-based knockoff.
- Features a LEGO toy car model of the 1970 Ferrari 512 M, & a Ferrari racing driver minifigure complete with a race suit, wig & crash helmet
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Unregistered during its time in Hong Kong due to its left-hand-drive configuration, the Enzo served as a cornerstone of a significant Ferrari collection in recent years, and its odometer reading stands at just 9,600 km at the time of cataloging. As with many of the finest examples of the Prancing Horse, this phenomenal Enzo is recognized by Maranello with Ferrari Classiche certification awarded in November 2012,” said RM Sotheby’s.