19 November, 22:09

Ferrari Enzo: Star of Motorworld Munich2023

Ferrari Enzo: Star of Motorworld Munich2023
Motorworld München, a fascinating combination of automotive history and modern luxury style, provided the perfect backdrop for this revolutionary event.
Originally a railway carriage repair facility, the building has undergone a stunning transformation to provide a unique gathering place for car enthusiasts.

From Italian, Japanese, to German cuisine, designer car hotels, realistic racing simulators and a curated fleet of classic car rentals, Motorworld has become a true automotive haven for classic car lovers.
With anticipation increasing for the upcoming Munich auction on November 25, early lots promise a variety of automotive treasures. Offerings range from modern interpretations of classic German luxury cars to treasured Japanese and Italian supercars, providing a thrilling spectacle for collectors and enthusiasts.
One of the standout lots in the upcoming auction is Lot 141, a 2004 Ferrari Enzo, a testament to Ferrari's heritage and technological prowess. With an estimated value of €3,000,000 to €3,500,000 EUR, this exceptional car is one of only 400 Enzos officially produced by Ferrari between 2002 and 2004.

Dressed in the iconic Rosso Corsa color with a Nero interior, this is a well-preserved example with only 19,600 kilometers on the clock.
What makes this Enzo even more special is the retention of the factory, numbers-matching 6.0-liter V-12 engine. Certified by Ferrari Classiche in 2010, the car comes complete with the prestigious Red Book, leather briefcase with manuals and tool kit, reinforcing its authenticity and heritage.
The Enzo's history is closely linked to Ferrari's rich history in Formula 1, and its arrival marks a watershed era for the iconic manufacturer. Decked out with Formula 1 technology, the Enzo boasts a carbon fiber monocoque and an impressive 48-valve 6.0-liter naturally aspirated V-12 engine that produces 651 horsepower and 485 pound-feet of torque. 
Ceramic brakes, paddle shift gears, interior adjustable suspension and active aerodynamics add to its unique credentials as the most technologically advanced Ferrari ever built. Predictably, its performance figures are equally impressive, with a 0-100 km/h time of 3.65 seconds and a top speed of over 350 km/h.
Body 137339, highlighted by Enzo at auction, was originally tuned in a classic Rosso Corsa with a Nero interior, creating a timeless and elegant aesthetic.
With personalized details such as the red instrument cluster and black brake calipers, the car's lineage dates back to its completion on April 30, 2004, and subsequent delivery to Bologna-based Flying Car Srl through South Tyrolian Ferrari Concessionaires Ineco Auto SpA in May 2004.

The auction of this outstanding Ferrari Enzo, among other iconic lots, promises to make MotorWorld 2023 another highlight in the classic car calendar.

Join RM Sotheby's for an automotive extravaganza where history, technology and timeless design converge at the heart of the automotive world.



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