Tommy Hilfiger didn't spend much time driving his Ferrari... but you could.
Fashion mogul Tommy Hilfiger has an eye for the expensive – his $70M USD Plaza Hotel home in Manhattan and his 2003 Ferrari Enzo should have given away that fact. But at the RM Sotheby’s Arizona auction, he'll part ways with the latter; his rare supercar will hit the auction block on January 19, 2017.
With just 5,829 kilometres (3,622 miles) on the odometer, Hilfiger didn’t do much driving in his more than 10 years of ownership. Sadly, that equates to less than 486 km (302 miles) driven per year. It’s one of just 349 original examples produced between 2002 and 2004 – not including the additional 50 produced in later years – and wears assembly number 50152, a stunning red exterior finish, and a caramel and black leather interior.
Everything on this car is in mint condition, from the exterior paint job, to the seat bolstering, to the steering wheel. The original 6.0-litre V12 remains and produces 660 horsepower and 484 pound-feet of torque. From a standstill, the Enzo will hit 100 kilometres per hour (62 miles per hour) in just 3.2 seconds, and continue on to a top speed of 350 km/h (218 mph). Curb weight is a featherlight 1,365 kilograms (3,009 pounds).
Though RM Sotheby’s hasn’t given much information on the vehicle aside from mileage (and a few stunning photographs), previous examples have sold at auction for anywhere between $2.9M-$4M (approx. $3.9M-$5.4M CAD). With celebrity ties, expect this beautiful example to reach towards the higher end of the pricing spectrum when it hits the block in January.
Source: RM Sotheby's