Ferrari Enzo prototype for sale

Your chance to buy a one off Ferrari Enzo prototype, with Formula 1 V12 power

Fancy a Ferrari Enzo supercar like no other? Here’s your chance to own something very special indeed – a one-off Enzo pre-production prototype. Looking like an elongated and widened mash-up between a Ferrari 348 and F355, it boasts a mid-mounted V12 engine with 671bhp. It’s apparently very similar to the 3.5-litre V12 engine used by Ferrari’s 1991 Formula 1 car, and serves up over 20bhp more than the production Ferrari Enzo’s 6.0-litre V12. The car is the only working test mule from Enzo development and was bought directly from the Ferrari factory, coming complete with official certification. There’s no price tag, but unless you’ve a pile of Christmas vouchers still to use or an unspent lottery win, it’s probably a bit out of reach. See the Prototype Enzo on Modena Motorsport’s website here See Ferrari Enzo v Pagani Zonda on video here

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