An Enzo Ferrari once owned by Formula 1 legend, Michael Schumacher has been put up for sale again after it was originally sold in 2013 in the wake of the world champion’s skiing accident.
With just 8,363 kilometres on the clock, the supercar comes with a number of bespoke features not found on the other 399 production Enzos, such as electric windows and a Bose stereo.
There are also a number of unique touches, including Rosso Scuderia red brake calipers, titanium finished wheels, dedication plagues, and Michael Schumacher logos embossed on the seats and door sills.
Significantly, the underside of the Enzo’s bonnet has been signed by top Ferrari officials and F1 rivals of the time.
The car is finished in Rosso Scuderia, which is one of the more famous shades of “Ferrari Red”, while the interior is trimmed with Cuoio leather.
No pricing has been released but the last time the car went on sale in 2013, it was listed for over US$1 million.