I know most auto enthusiasts would splurge into replicas even if they had real-life cars of those models anyway. But this replica something in itself! This hand-built 2010 Ferrari Enzo prototype has been designed by Greek designer Dimitris Papanagnou. The replica has an Audi-sourced 3.7-liter V8 engine that pushes out 300HP in Stage I, 500HP in Stage II, and 900HP in Stage III. It also comes with an all-wheel-drive system created with carbon fiber, aluminum, and iron titanium alloyed tubes.
This “Italian” model is 4,800mm in length, 2,144 in width and 1,240mm in height. It rides with the help of 19-inch alloy wheels on 255/35 ZR19 Pirelli tires on the front and 335/25 ZR19 at the rear. The replica is available at a initial price of $800,000, and you can save a few dollar by opting for Recaro carbon fiber bucket seats. The car is said to be 97 percent ready as of now.