The Enzo is one of the most desirable modern Ferrari road cars in existence. The company’s pride and joy of the mid-2000s, its mid-engine layout and stunning 6.0-liter V-12 were enough to steal the hearts of an entire generation of enthusiasts. Unfortunately one of the 400 Enzos built was just crashed in the Netherlands.
According to Autoblog.nl, this Enzo was crashed in Baarn, a municipality just southeast of Amsterdam, on Tuesday morning. It’s not clear who was behind the wheel or how the car ended up in this state, though according to the original photographer of these images, european_carshots on Instagram, no one was injured. A photo shared to the speedtimers Instagram account shows what looks to be a dealer plate mounted to the rear bumper.
For the full story, check out this article from Road & Track.