Ferrari Enzo Crash in South Korea Sees Pole Digging into the Supercar

When we first saw these images of a pole-dissected Ferrari Enzo, we thought it was some poorly-built replica somebody had crashed at a moderate speed. Unfortunately, our first impression was wrong. This is the real, carbon fiber deal, so it wasn't a case of weak structure collapsing. Instead, it was probably the not-so-moderate speed that caused this nasty aftermath.
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Ferrari Enzo Crash in South KoreaFerrari Enzo Crash in South Korea
The Enzo was crashed into a telephone pole and it appears the accident took place in the city of Seongbuk, South Korea. Still, while the crash might look like one that severely affected the senior machine, things could’ve been much worse.

For one thing, the pole could’ve damaged the carbon structure of the car to a much greater extent. Fortunately, it stopped short of damaging the steering rack. Of course, the vehicle will have to re-meet its maker to be brought back on the road, so the trip to Italy is mandatory.

Truth be told, we’ve seen so many abused Enzos that we’re starting to wonder how many of these superb Prancing Horses haven’t been pushed too far by their owners. We’ll remind you Maranello only gifted the world with 399 units of the car named after the company’s founder.

Then again, you can only expect so much from Enzo drivers when the LaFerrari has been anything but spared of idiotic episodes. The most recent one that’s been documented saw a Chinese man crashing his 950 HP (963 PS) hybrid and now it looks like he is aiming to sell his Koenigsegg to fix the LaFerrari.
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