Depends how badly you want one in your collection.
While many will argue that a Ferrari can only look fetching in the manufacturer's signature Rosso Corsa red paint finish, we'd argue that some models can look just as sleek in black (but definitely not pink). Take this Ferrari Enzo, for example – we think you'll agree it looks exquisite. Not many exist, either. Only 399 examples of the Ferrari Enzo were produced between 2002 and 2004, but only a handful were coated in Nero black. And now one of them can be yours, as Semco Exclusive Cars, based in Munich, is listing a Nero Ferrari Enzo for sale.
While it's undeniably beautiful with only 6,400 miles on the clock, the asking price is extortionate. When the Ferrari Enzo first went on sale, it would typically set you back $670,000, but this Nero example costs a whopping 2.2 million Euros (around $2.4 million). While that may sound steep, it's comparatively cheap compared to some of the current ludicrous asking prices we've seen for the LaFerrari. We've also found dealers charging nearly $4 million for a Rosso Corsa Ferrari Enzo in the past. Should you be able to afford it, you will own of one of the fastest road cars ever made for its time, packing a 6.0-liter V12 churning out 651 horsepower and hitting 60 mph in 3.1 seconds and a top speed of 220 mph.