The Ferrari Enzo was introduced at the 2002 Paris Motor Show and was built to celebrate the Ferrari Formula 1 teams first world title in the new millennium. The car had a limited production run of 399 units and was produced between 2002 and 2009. As it was a celebration of the Formula 1 title it has integrated a lot of the Formula one technology from that era.
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Ferrari Enzo Engine
The Ferrari Enzo is powered by a 6 Litre naturally aspirated V12 engine that delivers 485 kW (651 hp) of power. The engine is mid-mounted and delivers the power through a six speed semi-automatic gear box to the rear wheels. The gear box is a taken from the Formula one car and is a paddle shift with a light on the steering wheel that tells the driver when to shift. The shift time is an amazing 150 milliseconds.
Ferrari Enzo Specifications
|Production||2002 - 2009|
|Length||4,702 mm (185.1 inches)|
|Width||2,035 mm (80.1 inches)|
|Height||1,147 mm (45.2 inches)|
|Weight||1,255 kg (2,767 pounds)|
|Fuel Delivery||Naturally Aspirated|
|Transmission||Semi - Automatic|
|Number of Gears||6|
|Engine Size||6 Litre|
|Top Speed||355 km/h (221 mph)|
|Power||485 kW (651 hp)|
|List Price (US)||$659,000|
Ferrari Enzo Top Speed
The Ferrari Enzo V12 formula one tuned engine delivers some incredible performance figures. The car accelerates from 0-100 km/h (0-62mph) in just 3.14 seconds and has a top speed of 355 km/h (221 mph).
Ferrari Enzo Interior
The interior of the Ferrari Enzo is both stylish and functional. As this was one of the first cars to use the formula one inspired paddle the steering wheel is the centre of attention. The steering wheel has a light to inform the driver when to change gears.
Ferrari Enzo Price
The Ferrari Enzo had a price tag of USD$659,000 when it was first released in 2002. As this car had a limited production run of 399 (plus one that was donated to the Vatican) the car is sort after by collectors. When one comes up for sale at auction the usual price is in excess of USD$1 million.
Ferrari Enzo Celebrity Owners
A number of celebrities own the Ferrari Enzo. Actor Nicholas Cage, Musician Eric Clapton, Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Alan and British Footballer Joe Cole all drive the Ferrari Enzo.
With just 400 Ferrari Enzo cars ever built and with the car being named after the legend Enzo Ferrari this car is a classic that is still sort after today.