The world’s only matte black Ferrari Enzo is headed to auction, and it could be yours for the right price. That’s right, this is the only known Ferrari Enzo to be finished in Nero Opaca from the factory in Maranello and was previously owned by a member of the royal family of Brunei. Two other bespoke features you’ll find on this vehicle are large-sized seats and Rosso instruments.
When you think of the Ferrari 308 Berlinetta, a Subaru BRZ typically doesn’t come to mind, but the Hoonigan crew pit them against each other in a bizarre drag race with surprising results. Why? The Subaru BRZ has been heavily modified, as in its 2.4L flat-four engine has been boosted to 228 hp, mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.
Little Car Company’s Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa EV may not hold a candle to its larger counterparts, but Top Gear wanted to put it to the test at the famed Fiorano track. Its handcrafted aluminum body packs an small electric motor generating 16hp, enabling it to hit a top speed of 50mph, which is plenty fast for a vehicle this size.
You’ve probably seen a 1988 Ferrari Testarossa, but most likely never finished in Marrone Metallizzato. This rare example rolled off the production line in March 1988 in this color over a beige leather interior, and is just one of 390 units destined for North America that year. With just 6,611-miles on its odometer, it’s safe to say that this was just a weekend cruiser.
The F-Racer Junior is essentially a miniature Ferrari F40 go-kart that you can actually drive around and it’s being auctioned off at RM Sotheby’s Monterey event later this month. Measuring in at just 8.5′ x 5.25′ and weighing 551 pounds, this 3/4-scale supercar has a top speed of 35 mph, complete with a drivetrain that sports a key-start 270-cubic-centimeter gasoline engine, mated to a 2:1 reduction gearbox.