In 1998 after the F50 fans began to wait for the arrival of the next chapter, which materialized in 2002 with Enzo, the sports car that catapulted the dynasty of these racing cars into the “digital” era. Today on the RM Sotheby’s one of these specimens is available in perfect condition for almost 3 million euros.
Presented at the Paris Motor Show and produced in 399 specimens, uses a carbon monocoque with two aluminum frames for the front and rear axle and an engine V12 6.3 liters with 620 HP and 650 Nm of torque.
Less than 3 seconds to shoot from 0 to 100 km / h and about 360 km / h of maximum speed. This specimen has little more than 2000 km, traveled by two Californian owners who bought it from new.
It is not easy to gather a figure like the one requested (2,600,000-2,900,000 dollars) which at the current exchange rate corresponds to 2,649,000 euros. There is time until May 29th to place your offer and remember that the car is waiting for the new owner in California. The delivery costs are not included.