Though one additional copy was made for the President of FIAT, Enzo didn't produce the car, per Pininfarina's wishes. It's not that he didn't like it, but he claimed the concept of such a powerful car with the engine in back was too dangerous for ordinary drivers, and should be reserved for racers only.
So, will it sell for $20 million or more? Again, it's the most outrageously-designed Ferrari that also happened to be the first mid-engined V12 in the history of the company, and a car so fast that Enzo was afraid to sell it to the public. You probably know our guess.
Aaron Miller is the Rides editor for Supercompressor. He really wishes more companies would go balls out like this on design.