It seems like were painted red, but a handful left the factory wearing different colors. This particular Enzo was originally painted matte gray, but its second owner had it re-finished in Tour de France Blue. This hue makes the Enzo look gorgeous, and its tan leather interior is icing on the cake.
If you want , it's headed to RM Sotheby's London auction next month, with no estimated selling price listed. For reference, a crashed-and-rebuilt Enzo sold last year for $1.76 million, so we wouldn't be surprised to see this unique example sell for quite a bit more.
This Enzo has only done 8884 km (5520 miles) from new, and it carries a full service history and the ever-important Ferrari Classiche certification. A quick Google search reveals that it's not the only blue Enzo in existence, but it's certainly a lot rarer than a red or yellow example.
Even though red is the classic color for a Ferrari, it's rare to find one that looks bad in blue. That's especially true for this Enzo. It might be the best we've ever seen.