Evaluation: One of six finished in this color. Just 2730 miles and presents like the seldom driven, always pampered hypercar that it is. Then again, most Enzos are also seldom driven and always pampered.
Bottom Line: It has been 20 years since the Enzo was introduced, and they’ve always been expensive cars. But the paddle-shifted Enzo has appreciated right along with the current supercar boom even as the market has generally favored exotics with three pedals. With record prices achieved for its predecessors (288 GTO, F40 and F50) in Monterey this year it seems only fitting that this one would snatch a record as well. And it did take a top price, as long as you exclude the Pope’s Enzo sold for $6M back in 2015.