A surprising piece of wreckage was spotted on the side of a road near Amsterdam, the Netherlands, after a crash last week. It is a red Ferrari Enzo, an extremely rare model built in only 400 copies worldwide.
There were only three in the Netherlands
But one of those cars, which appears to belong to a car dealership based on the license plate, was smashed, reports Turbo. A car photography enthusiast even went there to immortalize the scene.
He hit a tree
This legendary F1-inspired vehicle released in 2002 was worth three million euros. According to eyewitnesses interviewed by Car picture, the pilot lost control of it on the wet road and hit a tree on the passenger side, which was completely destroyed. Both wheels are torn off, a headlight is missing and the bodywork is badly damaged. The driver’s condition is unknown, but the photos show that the airbags were triggered and the driver’s side is intact.
It could be a potential buyer who has gone for a test drive in preparation for a purchase. The German magazine also mentions the track of a mechanic. The Ferrari Enzo can go from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.1 seconds and reach a top speed of 350 km/h.