The only white Ferrari Enzo is up for auction at RM Sotheby’s

For sale is a Ferrari Enzo that probably no one has ever seen: it is in fact the only model in the Bianco Avus color in existence, which was originally ordered by a Swiss collector. A very special specimen that very soon – from 29 to 30 June 2022 – will be auctioned at RM Sotheby’s.

It is the only Ferrari Enzo ever made in Bianco Avus, ordered by a reserved customer at the start of the model’s production. Already seeing this car in reality today is not easy, the examples of Enzo produced entirely by the Maranello company are in fact solo 400 and the owners keep their jewels well kept in the garage (one was auctioned last summer).

Ferrari Enzo: a precious model

The unique car, in the splendid Bianco Avus shade: almost a myth, a legend. The original sale was made out to a Swiss-German billionaire, the model has been kept hidden from the public for more than a decade. This is probably themore special example of the innovative model built in honor of the founder of the company Enzo Ferrari. On June 29 it will surprisingly go on auction at RM Sotheby’s.

Throughout his career, Enzo Ferrari has been committed to creating cars that are unique in the world. Whether they were examples of cars at the top of motorsport or found on the pages of glossy magazines, the Prancing Horse cars have always represented the avant-garde of technology and style. Right, then, that the car built in his honor, the Ferrari Enzo, exemplified everything that had seen the Maranello brand grow thanks to its manufacturer.

The Enzo was created for pushing the performance limits of road cars, using technology derived from the top motorsport series and the style of long-time partner Pininfarina. Constructed of lightweight carbon fiber and aluminum, this Ferrari’s chassis has been clad in a composite body designed by Ken Okuyama.

At the heart of the Ferrari Enzo there was a 5,998 cc V12 enginecentrally mounted, capable of producing an incredible power of 651 cavalli. Like its top-of-the-range predecessors, the Enzo set a new benchmark for performance and design and, thanks to a production of just 400 units, has since become one of the ultimate collector’s cars of the modern era.

The only white Ferrari Enzo is for sale

Any Ferrari Enzo is a rare jewel suitable for collectors of supercars of some value. This model, with chassis 133023, is even more special. Made in white, a privilege reserved exclusively for one of Maranello’s most esteemed and demanding customers.

The car was completed on May 22, 2003, finished in the striking combination of Bianco Avus leather on Black interior, with Rosso Corsa instruments and extra-large carbon fiber bucket seats complete with rare black 3D fabric inserts. The unique supercar first arrived via Ferrari Central Europe in Wiesbaden, Germany, to Symbol Automobiles in Matran, Switzerland, where it was sold to its first owner, a German-Swiss billionaire. Minimally used during those early years, the car spent much of its time in the supply dealer’s window in Matran, before being exported to Hong Kong in 2011.

Not registered during its stay in Hong Kong due to its left-hand drive configuration, this special white Ferrari Enzo has been part of a significant collection in recent years; the odometer counts only 9,600 km traveled. The car has the Ferrari Classiche certification issued in November 2012. Offered exclusively by RM Sotheby’s and made available only to the most demanding customers, this offer represents an unrepeatable opportunity.

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