While the owner might’ve felt powerful owning one of the fastest car in the world, his fantasy would soon be brought to an end while he had a serious crash…well, he is wealthy. The Ferrari Enzo that was ruined couldn’t be let go just like that and so Ferrari remade it sparkling and better than it was before.
Dating as back as 2006 when that incident happened to one mane who bears Stefan Eriksson who was an executive had that mysterious crash anyway.
At the time, Eriksson claimed that a mysterious “Dietrich” was driving the rare hypercar when he wrapped it around a pole on the Pacific Coast Highway going 160 miles per hour, splitting it in two — but the story unraveled, and Eriksson himself ended up in been sent to jail over allegations of embezzlement and other charges like the case of GTA too.
Well, in case you don’t know, the Ferrari Enzo is so irreplaceable that its so hard to repair upon damage. Well, Eriksson’s Enzo was repaired and remade brand new despite the so much calamities the “Stupid” owner had caused the beauty.
The color scheme, originally red over black, has basically been inverted. And the whole thing has been certified by Ferrari Classiche, the automaker’s in-house car restoration and authentication service. For all practical purposes, this Enzo was never cleaved in two on a California highway.
At the end, Ferrari still made a lot of buck while it sold it out via an Auction in Paris for an amount totally $1.75million. Well, Monsieur Stefan would have to work harder to acquire another one but he might not wanna ruin it this time cos Ferrari are now costlier.