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Lot 138

2004 Ferrari Enzo

  • Chassis no. ZFFCZ56B000135564
  • Engine no. 080164
  • Assembly no. 52696

Sold for €1.568.000

Documents: French Certificat d’Immatriculation


660 bhp, 5,998 cc DOHC 65-degree V-12 engine with Bosch Motronic engine management and electronic fuel injection, six-speed electro-hydraulic computer-controlled sequential F1 transmission, limited-slip differential and traction control, front and rear pushrod-actuated double wishbones with horizontal external reservoir coil-spring damper units, and four-wheel ventilated carbon-ceramic disc brakes. Wheelbase: 2,649 mm

  • Fitted with custom features including satellite navigation, a Bose stereo, and reversing camera
  • Ferrari Classiche certified


Following several years of lacklustre results in Formula 1, Ferrari once again found itself back on top in the early 2000s. With six Constructors’ titles between 1999 and 2004 and another two World Championships in 2007 and 2008, the Scuderia was once again a force to be reckoned with.

It would be fitting that Ferrari’s next limited-production supercar would utilise the best possible technology, engineering, and design, all pioneered within the crucible of motorsport. Countless hours were spent to achieve perfection in the car’s design, allowing for the ideal balance of downforce and top speed. An all-new V-12 engine was specially developed for this new car and mated to a six-speed, sequential F1-style gearbox. Prolific use of carbon fibre ensured that the car would be as light as possible, in order to extract every possible ounce of performance.

Needless to say, the car’s performance was incredible. With 660 horsepower on tap, it could reach 60 mph from a stop in just 3.6 seconds, leading to a top speed of 218 mph. Even more incredible was that it could grind to a halt from 80 mph in just 188 feet. The car was named the Enzo Ferrari, as then-chairman Luca di Montezemolo believed that it was a car that perfectly represented the founder’s intensions for road-going automobiles; it is a road car that utilises the best possible technology directly derived from Ferrari’s success on the racetrack.

The Enzo presented here, chassis 135564, is a 2004 model that was originally finished in Rosso Corsa (DS322) and fitted with seats trimmed in Nero (VM 8500) leather with four-point harnesses and instruments in Rosso. The car left the factory in Maranello in January of 2004 and was sold new to its first owner through Maranello Concessionaires in the U.K. on 12 February 2004. The car then made its way to the United States in 2006, where it was unfortunately damaged in a road accident.

The chassis was repaired and overhauled at the Ferrari Technical Assistance Service, where it was finished in a stunning colour combination of Nero Daytona over Rosso leather seats. The car was built with a handful of special features, including satellite navigation, a Bose stereo system, a reversing camera, power windows, and a rear spoiler in carbon fibre with ‘Enzo script’, adding a touch of luxury to the otherwise spartan interior. Currently, the car has only 2,500 kilometres on its odometer and has remained in Europe since its rebuild. Furthermore, the car has been fully blessed and certified by Ferrari Classiche, confirming its authenticity in every way. Today, it remains in virtually as-new condition and is ready to be enjoyed on the open road.

Presented here is a very unique Enzo with a fascinating array of special features that were unavailable on any other Enzo built. Fully certified by the Factory, this is perhaps the most exclusive Enzo available today. It is a unique Ferrari without peers and one to be cherished and appreciated.





Moteur V12 à 65°, 5 998 cm3, 2 ACT par banc, 660 ch, gestion moteur et injection électronique Bosch Motronic, transmission séquentielle F1 électro-hydraulique à contrôle électronique six rapports, différentiel autobloquant et contrôle de traction, doubles triangles avant et arrière avec combinés ressorts-amortisseurs horizontaux à réservoir séparé, freins à disques carbone-céramique ventilés sur les quatre roues. Empattement 2 649 mm.


• Équipée d'équipements spéciaux dont un système de navigation par satellite, une stéréo Bose et une caméra de recul
• Certifiée Ferrari Classiche


A la suite de plusieurs années de résultats médiocres en Formule 1, Ferrari retrouvait le haut des podiums au début de l'an 2000. Avec six titres constructeur obtenus entre 1999 et 2004, et deux autres encore en 2007 et 2008, la Scuderia était à nouveau une force qu'il fallait prendre au sérieux.

Il était logique que la nouvelle supercar produite en série limitée par le constructeur fasse appel à la technologie, l'ingénierie et la conception expérimentés sur le banc d'essai incomparable que représente la course automobile. D'innombrables heures étaient consacrées à la recherche de la perfection dans la conception de la voiture, ce qui permettait de trouver l'équilibre idéal entre effet de sol et vitesse maximum. Un moteur V12 complètement nouveau était spécialement mis au point pour cette nouvelle voiture, et il était accolé à une boîte séquentielle six rapports type F1. L'utilisation abondante de carbone permettait de limiter le poids de la voiture au maximum, de façon à en exploiter toutes les qualités de façon optimale.

Inutile de dire que les performances de cette voiture étaient incroyablement élevées. Avec 660 ch disponibles, elle accélérait de 0 à 100 km/h en 3,6 secondes et pouvait atteindre 350 km/h en pointe. Encore plus étonnant, elle était capable de freiner de 130 km/h à l'arrêt en tout juste 57 m. La voiture recevait le nom de Enzo Ferrari, car le président de l'entreprise, Luca di Montezemolo, pensait qu'elle correspondait parfaitement à la conception que se faisait le fondateur de la marque d'une voiture de route ; ce nouveau modèle utilisait en effet la meilleure technologie possible, dérivée des succès de Ferrari sur les circuits.

L'Enzo présentée ici, châssis 135564, est un modèle 2004 peint à l'origine de teinte Rosso Corsa (DS322), avec des sièges habillés en cuir Nero (VM 8500), des harnais quatre points et des instruments rouges. La voiture a quitté les ateliers de Maranello en janvier 2004 et a été vendue neuve le 12 février 2004 à son premier propriétaire par le biais de Maranello Concessionaires, en Angleterre. Elle partait ensuite aux États-Unis en 2006, mais était malheureusement endommagée à la suite d'un accident.

La voiture recevait une superbe combinaison de couleurs, carrosserie Nero Daytona avec sièges Rosso. Par ailleurs, elle était dotée de nombreux équipements spéciaux, comme un système de navigation par satellite, un système stéréo Bose, une camera de recul, des vitres électriques et un spoiler arrière en carbone portant l'inscription "Enzo", le tout ajoutant une touche de luxe dans un habitacle plutôt minimaliste par ailleurs. Aujourd'hui, le compteur kilométrique affiche 2 500 km, et la voiture est restée en Europe depuis qu'elle a été reconstruite. De plus, elle a reçu une certification Ferrari Classiche, confirmant ainsi son authenticité à tous points de vue. Aujourd'hui, elle se présente dans un état proche du neuf, prête à ce que son nouveau propriétaire en profite sur route ouverte.

Ce que nous présentons ici est une Enzo unique, comportant une série de superbes équipements qui n'ont été installés sur aucune autre Enzo. Certifiée par Ferrari Classiche, il s'agit peut-être de l'Enzo la plus exclusive disponible aujourd'hui. C'est une Ferrai unique, sans égale, destinée à être appréciée et soignée avec la plus grande attention.

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