Sotheby's is holding a 24-hour auction for the last remaining white Ferrari Enzo.

On June 29, a special 24-hour online auction for one of the world's rarest autos will take place. RM Sotheby's will sell the white Ferrari Enzo without a reserve.

Chassis 133023 is one of 20 non-standard-colored "Extrampaionario" automobiles. Bianco Avus is the lone specimen of that cohort and Enzo's whole manufacturing run.

The interior is Nero leather. Carbon fiber bucket seats and Rossi Corsa instrumentation have 3D black fabric inserts.

15 years after Enzo Ferrari's death, Ferrari completed this Enzo on May 22, 2003. His son Dino inspired another sports car n

Ferrari Enzo 2002 used F1 tech. Active aerodynamics and a carbon fiber body. Its adjustable rear spoiler generates 1,290 pounds of downforce.

The sports car has Ferrari's first modern V12 engine generation. It's identical to the Maserati Quattroporte's V8, but bigger.

19-inch wheels. At the 2002 Paris Motor Show, 399 reservations were made. The initial supply was sold out. 399 were manufactured. 493 were made.

The 400th production prototype was handed to the Vatican for charity. Sotheby's sold this model for $1.1 million in 2005. One of three Enzo production mules sold for $236,300.

This year, Sotheby's sold many Ferraris. The carmaker sold the three most costly automobiles at its Paris 2022 auction.

1985 Ferrari 288 GTO sold for $3,907,200 and 1996 Ferrari F50 for $3,875,500. These prices are among the highest for these vehicles.

A 2016 Ferrari LaFerrari sold in London for $2,876,760 in 2021.