The Ferrari Enzo is a Legendary Sports Car
The Ferrari Enzo, a legendary sports car, was produced between the years 2002-2004 for the base model. The production of the Enzo FXX went until 2007 and the FXX Evoluzione went until 2009. In total, there were 400 Enzo models produced by Ferrari. Ken Okayama of Pininfarina designed the Ferrari Enzo for the manufacturer. Lastly, the Ferrari Enzo was named after the company’s founder, Enzo Ferrari.
6.0-liter V12 with 651 Horsepower
The Ferrari Enzo boasts a 6.0-liter Tipo F140 B V12 engine producing 651 horsepower and 485 lb.-ft. of torque. The motor was designed with a redline at 8,200 rpm, similar to the Porsche Carrera GT. The Enzo has the F1 gearbox which is a semi-automatic transmission with a clutch. Amazingly, the Enzo can hit 60 mph in only 3.14 seconds. On top of that, the Enzo can hit 100 mph in only 6.6 seconds, faster than many cars can hit 60.
Quarter Mile: ~11 Seconds
The quarter mile time of the Ferrari Enzo is around 11 seconds, also similar to the Porsche Carrera GT. On the skid pad, the car reached 1.05 g and a top speed of 221 mph is on record. On the downside, the Enzo only gets 7 mpg in the city and 12 mpg on the highway. With a passenger on board, the Enzo lapped Silverstone Stowe Circuit in only 58.31 seconds. Lastly, the Enzo has a power to weight ratio of 4.48 lb per horsepower.
Ferrari Enzo is an Auto Collector’s Dream
Overall, the Ferrari Enzo is a legendary sports car. From its amazing styling to its powerful engine, the Enzo is a dream come true. Although released in the 2000s, the Enzo has only gone up in price since then. The original MSRP of the car was $659,330. Now, the car is sold in used for condition at over $3,000,000. As of today, some models are closing in towards the higher end of the $3 million range (~$3.7 million USD). The Ferrari Enzo is the collector car of a lifetime and owning one is a major goal of any true auto enthusiast.