Just 399 examples of the Ferrari Enzo were produced, making it one of the most exclusive modern day Ferraris. It’s the supercar’s rarity, along with its timeless styling and the fact that it was named after the company founder himself, that has contributed to the Enzo’s steady rise in value since its arrival in 2002.
But if for some reason the Enzo isn’t exclusive enough for you, a St. Louis dealership has an even atypical offering currently up for grabs. Exotic Motors Midwest has put an Enzo up for sale with a naked carbon fiber body for the cool price of $3.5 million – which actually isn’t much more than a stock Enzo would sell for, if at all.
The naked carbon fiber treatment was applied by Italy’s Carrozzeria Zanasi, an Maranello-based Ferrari restoration and customizations shop. Personally ,we’d prefer a standard red or yellow painted Enzo to this carbon fiber one, but we all know there’s a lot of love for the naked carbon fiber look out there.
Check out the listing here and let us know in the comments what you think of this unique Enzo.
Via Motor Authority