Rare Ferrari Enzo worth £2.5m left in sorry state after ploughing into tree

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A rare £2.5m Ferrari Enzo was left in pieces after crashing into a tree in the town of Baarn just southeast of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. (SWNS)
A rare £2.5m Ferrari Enzo was left in pieces after crashing into a tree in the town of Baarn just southeast of Amsterdam in the Netherlands. (SWNS)

This is what is left of a rare £2.5m supercar after it ploughed into a tree.

The Ferrari Enzo is one of just 400 of its kind that were made between 2002 and 2004, making it a car-fanatic's dream.

The crash happened in the town of Baarn, a municipality just southeast of Amsterdam in the Netherlands, on Tuesday.

Local reports suggest a dealership mechanic was behind the wheel, but escaped unhurt. (SWNS)
Local reports suggest a dealership mechanic was behind the wheel, but escaped unhurt. (SWNS)
The driver reportedly hit a tree stump, causing the crash. (SWNS)
The driver reportedly hit a tree stump, causing the crash. (SWNS)

According to local reports, a mechanic from a local Ferrari dealership was behind the wheel of the car when he hit a tree stump at the side of the road.

An eyewitness who saw the aftermath of the crash told the SWNS news agency: "The local Ferrari dealer is about two kilometres away from the scene.

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"The weather conditions were damp and chilly, maybe 3C.

"It hit a tree stump at the side of the road. It hit it on the passenger side and the stump was damaged.

"Not sure what happened, but I think he wanted to turn right back to the dealership."

Just 400 of the mid-engine dream cars left the Ferrari production line between 2002 and 2004. (SWNS)
Just 400 of the mid-engine dream cars left the Ferrari production line between 2002 and 2004. (SWNS)

According to reports, the driver escaped unharmed - unlike the car.

Pictures show how its wheels were ripped off along with other damage to its bodywork.

Just 400 of the mid-engine dream cars left the Ferrari production line between 2002 and 2004.

The cars cost £450,000 when they were launched, but have since increased hugely in value.

According to motor1.com, only three of the cars are registered in the Netherlands, begging the question as to whether it will be rebuilt

In August 2021, a 2003 Ferrari Enzo was sold by RM Sotheby's for £2,463,132 ($3,360,000).

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