When a person typically hears the words Ferrari, you tend to think of a very exotic sports car wearing the Scuderia’s signature Rosso Comtetizione red paint scheme, or perhaps even occasionally a yellow or black example. This is what makes this particular Ferrari Enzo super car stand out from the crowd, because underneath the factory paint scheme is a carbon fiber monocoque. This carbon clad Enzo was spotted in Maranello wearing a set of factory license plates, so it is curious as to why a few Ferrari employees were driving in the bare carbon fiber Enzo, especially since the super car has been out of production for quite some time now.
This is what makes the situation even stranger. What exactly is this Enzo looking vehicle and why is someone at Ferrari driving an Enzo with factory plates? Could this be a test mule for an ultra light weight future Enzo successor, or it simply part of the Italian automaker’s customer customization program, or are they just going out for a joy ride like in Feris Bueler’s Day Off. Either way we are posing a mountain of questions with no foreseeable conclusions in sight, so if you have any ideas, let us know by leaving a comment below.