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Ferrari Enzo abandoned in Dubai

One of the world’s finest road weapons turns up in the desert. Prepare to cry…

  • We can predict with some authority that the above picture has forced you into a blubbering, moaning, snivelling wreck. It is a picture of a Ferrari Enzo, left to rot in the stifling desert heat of Dubai.

    This is sad. So much more sad because apparently, said desert is actually a police impound lot. This Ferrari Enzo has been left to rot in a police impound lot. This is sad.

    No more details are available, and we can only hope the Enzo hasn't been left for too long. But as you can see, it's a bit sandy. And did we mention it's quite hot? Cars don't really like sand and heat, much.

    If you've spotted any abandoned supercars - or indeed know anything more about this Enzo - send in your pics to We will cry, and then share our misery with you, so that you may cry.

    Now go and cry.

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  • A 6.0-litre V12 engine sheathed in a carbon-fibre suit. Is a bit dusty.

  • Sans dust, the Enzo was capable of 660bhp, 485lb ft of torque and a 0-62mph time of 3.6 seconds. Glorious. 

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  • You finished crying yet?

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