Hand-crafted 2010 Ferrari Enzo replica on sale for a whopping $800,000

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.

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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.

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