This V12 unicorn is up for sale but it won't come cheap.
This Ferrari Enzo is wearing real, factory paint and no we can't believe it actually exists. With a white Ferrari Enzo, you could live out all of your 1980s Miami Vice fantasies with a more modern piece of technology. Only this V12 mid-engine Enzo isn't from the 80s, but with an analog 6.0-liter V12 from the early 2000s, it's closer to that decade than to the twin-turbo hybrid Ferrari SF90 tech of today. Yes, you're that old.
While a Tifosi Ferrari fan might insist anything not wearing Rosso Corsa is not really a Ferrari, this one-off white stallion is going on the block at RM Sotheby's auction where it's expected to set records.
This 2003 Ferrari Enzo here is one of the rare Extracampionario cars. The bespoke program was only available to elite clientele and number less than 20. Yes you read that right, buying a new Ferrari Enzo wasn't exclusive enough, the non-standard colors only were applied to cars bought by special clients. Named Bianco Avus, the Italian translation is basically 'white forefather' and chassis #133023 here was completed in May of 2003 by the craftsmen at Maranello.
The Enzo received the Ferrari Classiche designation nearly a decade ago, making it recognized as one special prancing horse. Inside, this white Enzo is fitted with red Rossa Corsa instruments and enlarged carbon fiber racing seats. The striking contrast of the Nero black leather and distinct 3D cloth inserts may impress but we think white leather would have shaken up the establishment more.
Originally spec'ed and delivered to a Swiss-German client, this white unicorn was sold to a buyer in Hong Kong. There the Enzo was titled but never made it to full street registration as it likely sat in a vault, unlike this high-mileage Enzo. The Bianco Avus Enzo had all of the required service records over the years and most recently received a full annual service at Ferrari of Hong Kong.
Pulled out of the mysterious storage bunker, this Enzo V12 oddity is an incredibly special Ferrari. It is headed to auction on June 29 and RM Sotheby's will only be accepting bids at private auction for 24 hours before it's sold and hidden away for another decade or so.
What will it sell for? It is anyone's guess but has to be north of $2 million since even an Enzo crashed and chopped in half was rebuilt and sold for that money.