A rare car in original condition with almost zero mileage
The brightest car can be made even more interesting. Sometimes automakers create special versions even for those models that are rare in themselves. At the same time, the circulation of such performances is usually limited, and fans buy up all copies even before the start of production and the announcement of the price, or even before the official premiere. In this case, those who did not have time to purchase the desired novelty are forced to turn their attention to the secondary. Sellers take advantage of this: sometimes they value used cars more than new ones.
In the 2000s, the Italian company assembled 50 coupes based on the Ferrari Enzo. The MC12 GT1 racing car won many victories and became the basis for the track version of the MC12 Versione Corse: one of 12 such cars is now on sale.
A supercar with a six-liter 755-horsepower V12 and a six-speed sequential gearbox is not allowed on ordinary roads and can only be driven on sports tracks. Atelier Edo Competition (Germany) turned three out of 12 copies into road cars. Of the remaining nine, three have ever been on the track and six have not been driven at all.
This Blue Victory-painted car is just one of those: it covered 208 kilometers in production and during delivery to the buyer. The two-door is authentic: even the standard equipment for maintenance has been preserved.
The price has not been announced, but 16 years ago, during the premiere of the model, each copy was estimated at one million euros. Now the cost of a perfectly preserved car can be much higher.