There was only one silver Enzo delivered to the United States, and RM Auctions is putting it up for grabs.
Ferraris are exemplary performance machines, but at the very top of the Maranello echelon sits an even rarer bread of Prancing Horse supercars. That started with the 288 GTO, leading to the famous F40, continuing with the F50 and on to the Enzo. The next installment in the series is under development now, but if you can't wait that long to get your hands on Ferrari's most extreme supercar, this Enzo can be yours. That is, assuming you've got over a million to spend and can beat out the other collectors to win it at auction next month in Arizona.
Though the vast majority of the 400 Enzos made were painted red, of course, they did come in other colors. This one, for example, is one of just six cars painted in silver (Argento Nurburgring, according to Ferrari's catalog), and the only one residing in the United States. The Enzo, of course, stands as one of the most capable performance cars ever devised. With just over 3,000 lbs of weight to propel, its 6.0-liter V12 drives 660 horsepower to the rear wheels through a six-speed sequential gearbox top a 3.3-second 0-60 time and a 218mph top speed, all kept in check by some of the first carbon-ceramic brakes ever put on a road car.
This particular example was delivered via Ferrari of Orange County, California, to one of the dealership's owners, who later sold it to another collector. It has just over 9,000 miles on the odometer, and is projected to fetch between $1,250,000 and $1,500,000 at auction when RM puts it up for grabs at the Arizona Biltmore next month. (Pawel Litwinski courtesy of RM Auctions.)