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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Ferrari Floyd Mayweather Is Selling His Enzo for Some Serious Cash


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Well that was quick. Not even a full year after picking up this squeaky clean 2003 Ferrari Enzo, Floyd Mayweather Jr. is offloading the rare supercar. And, with one of the greatest boxers of all time listed as a previous owner, the price isn’t exactly what you’d call … competitive.
The price for this Enzo lies at $3,800,000, courtesy of Fusion Luxury Motors in Chatsworth, Calif. north of Los Angeles, where Money May handles many of his supercar dealings. The black and red unicorn even has less than 1,000 miles on it — 549, to be exact. The description on Fusion says, “destined to be the most collectible Ferrari Enzo,” and that honestly might not be an overstatement.


As we’ve gone over numerous, numerous times here, the Enzo is a rear-wheel-driven monster. It’s powered by a 6.0-liter, 4-overhead cam, Pfi 48-valve V12 engine. Only 400 examples of the 660-horsepower Enzo were built. And at 485 lb-ft of torque, it jumps from 0-62 in about 3.6 seconds, according to Ferrari’s website. It’s been shown to do better in independent testing.
Underneath the skin, it has a carbon fiber and honeycomb monococque, wishbone suspension with adaptive damping up front and in the rear, a six-speed transmission, and rack-and-pinion steering. Dry, it weighs 2,767.



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