Friday, April 19, 2024

Three people injured in Ferrari Enzo accident on the Autobahn

The nose has been ripped off the car, but otherwise the bright red Ferrari looks surprisingly intact. Although a new front wheel and some suspension will probably be needed to fix the damage.

Three people were injured when a Ferrari Enzo crashed back in March on a stretch of Autobahn known as the A99 near Munich.

Immediately after the accident, it was not clear exactly why it happened. But it is certain that the person behind the wheel lost control of the 12-cylinder supercar.

According to German police and fire services, parts from the Ferrari subsequently flew in several directions. And some of them were found as far away as 200 meters from the car.

German authorities also say the wreckage hit other cars. And that three people therefore had to be seen at a hospital afterwards.

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The Ferrari has also received quite a push. The entire left front wheel has been ripped off. The same immediately applies to the front.

In a thread about the accident on Ferrari Chat, users eagerly speculate whether the car can be repaired and, if so, what is needed.

Immediately, the rear parts, which also contain the 6-liter V12 engine, are intact. And that's good news. Because such a case is expensive.

We know this because in 2022 an apparently unused V12 engine from Danish Ferrari importer Formula Automobile turned up as far away as the United States. Read more about that story here .

It is difficult to say anything qualified about how many Ferrari Enzos – or Enzo Ferraris as the car is correctly called – there are in Denmark. But the first handful of cars are here for sure.

Tre personer kvæstet i Ferrari Enzo-uheld på Autobahn
Photo: Feuerwehr München

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