And it used to be driven by an F1 legend.
These days, Ferrari's flagship hypercars such as the SF90 Stradale and the LaFerrari have electrified powertrains with horsepower ratings approaching four figures. But before the LaFerrari set new standards, there was the Ferrari Enzo. Built between 2002 and 2004 and named after the company's founder, Enzo Ferrari, the Ferrari Enzo offers a more analog experience by comparison.
Power is provided by a 6.0-liter V12 engine producing 650 horsepower and 458 lb-ft of torque. This output was was very impressive for the time but seems tame by modern hypercar standards. Only 399 examples of the Ferrari Enzo rolled off the production line, which makes it a rare breed - and now one of them is looking for a new home.
There are a few reasons why this particular 2004 Ferrari Enzo is more special than the other 398 of them. First, is that it's the second example ever made. Shortly after it was built, this Enzo was also shown off by the factory at Ferrari Racing Days at the Nurburgring in August 2002, where it was put through its paces by Ferrari F1 World Champion Michael Schumacher.
The second Ferrari Enzo ever made was then delivered to its first owner in Italy in 2004 before it was imported into the UK ten years later in 2014. It's been owned privately as part of a Ferrari collection, but now the owner is parting ways with this special Enzo. Being an early production car, this Enzo also features carbon weave on the exterior, like the legendary F40 built from 1987-1992.
The car also comes complete with its original handbooks including the service and warranty supplement, pouch, spare key, Ferrari torch, car cover and OEM battery charger. It's finished in Rosso Corsa red, complimented with a red leather interior. Listed for sale by Tom Hartley Jnr in the UK, this special Ferrari Enzo has only been driven 4,013 miles, and appears to be in pristine condition. Originally, the Ferrari Enzo would have set you back $670,000. However, there's no price listed for this example, but we wouldn't be surprised if it fetches several million dollars.