A mechanic has, on a test drive, slammed an expensive-looking red Ferrari into a tree stump, critically damaging the car which is supposedly one of only 400 produced.
The horrifying crash had occurred in the town of Baarn, which is located just southeast of Amsterdam.
The £2.5 million Ferrari was severely damaged in the crash, which resulted in the deployment of its airbags, with two wheels and various suspension components being ripped away.
The driver of the Enzo was a local dealership mechanic, and it was reported that he was unharmed after being transported to the hospital for a check-up.
A passer-by who had witnessed the crash in Baarn said;
“I think he wanted to turn back to the dealership.”
The Enzos were originally sold at £450,000 when they were first released, but their value has since skyrocketed. A 2003 Ferrari Enzo was supposedly sold for $3,360,000 (£2,463,132) by RM Sotheby’s in August of last year.