If seeing a Ferrari Enzo today has already become something extremely rare (since anyone who owns one of the 400 units produced jealously guards it in some garage), finding one for sale in a color never seen before is a unique event.
Registered for the first time in 2003 in Germany, this special white Enzo has chassis number 133023 and was certified in 2012 by the classic department of Maranello. Equipped with some special options, it has a leather and fabric interior (very rare) with monocoque seats in carbon fiber in size XL, red instrumentation and digital dashboard.
The famous Bianco Avus by Ferrari. This is a historic color, chosen in particular on some of the most beautiful Cavallino masterpieces in the 1960s and requested on this particular bespoke hypercar, following the House’s customization program.
This iconic Ferrari is then driven by the magical 651 bhp 6.0-liter V12, a true masterpiece of mechanics that has also proved quite reliable several times in history. The one mounted under the protagonist of this article has an asset of 9,600 km and was recently serviced at the official workshop of the House in Hong Kong.
But why is this special car located in what has repeatedly been called one of the most important financial centers in the world? The answer comes from the auction house which, through the coupons carried out by the previous owners, managed to trace the complete chronological history of the vehicle.
After a first life in a small Swiss town, where it was often exhibited in the boutique of the first wealthy buyer, Ferrari changed hands 2 more times, until it reached the city of Hong Kong, becoming part of a very famous collection of European cars.
Source and images: Motor1.com