Super rare pristine Ferrari expected to fetch in excess of £4million at auction | The Sun

A SUPER rare pristine Ferrari is expected to fetch in excess of £4million at auction.

The auction house calls the silver supercar the last known "in the wrapper" Enzo, meaning it remains in the original state it left the factory.

More than 20 years after its introduction, the Enzo is rightly considered one of the greatest Ferraris of the 21st century.

The supercar was delivered to Japan when it was new after being sold out of Ontario, Canada, but once there, it was never registered.

That means the car has only 227 kilometres on the odometer, most of which were put on by Ferrari test drivers at the factory.

The chassis tub is made of carbon fibre and Nomex honeycomb, tipping the scales at just 200 pounds.


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Surprisingly, the factory protective plastic can be seen over the pedals, behind the seats and on the side sills.

In addition to being virtually untouched, this Ferrari is unique in other ways, too.

It's one of an estimated nine examples finished in Argento Nurburgring 101/C paintwork.

And this is the only one with Cuio brown leather upholstery – all the other cars featured either black or red interiors.

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Like other Ferraris Enzo, the car is powered by a 6.0 litre, naturally aspirated V12 engine that makes 651bhp.

Interestingly, it's also accompanied by its original owner manuals, car cover, a spare key and a factory three-piece fitted luggage set which has never been unwrapped.

The Ferrari will be auctioned by Sotheby's later this month – and it will be sold for over £4million.

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