It’s always a cringe worthy moment when a rare supercar gets wrecked. Be it a Porsche, a Lamborghini or a Ferrari, the sight of twisted exotica is enough for car enthusiasts to go weak in the knees and faint.
With only 399 built, there’s no denying that the Ferrari Enzo is not just rare but highly desirable. Powered by a 6.0 liter V12 engine that punches out 660 PS, the sleek Pininfarina body looks as fast as it goes. Unfortunately for this particular Enzo, its carbon fiber nose met its demise thanks to a telephone pole.
The crash happened in the city of Seongbuk, South Korea and this Enzo is reportedly one of only three in the country. Reports say that moderately high speeds would be needed for the carbon fiber nose to fully collapse, which is exactly what has happened here.
While it appears the crash didn’t affect the steering mechanism of the car, this Enzo needs a trip back to Italy for it to be repaired properly. Hopefully, this prancing horse gets another chance in life.