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Ferrari Enzo

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Ferrari Enzo

The Ferrari Enzo is a relatively easy to drive supercar

Engine Engine power Fuel consumption Fuel type 0-100 (0-60) Top speed
6.0 V12 48V 660 hp 23 l/100km Petrol 3.6 s 350 km/h

Body type Coupe
Number of doors 2
Number of seats 2
Engine position Middle
Driven wheels Rear
Length 4 702 mm
Width 2 035 mm
Height 1 147 mm
Wheelbase 2 650 mm
Ground clearance ?
Weight (normal) 1 365 kg
Weight (max) ?
Boot space (min) 350 l
Boot space (max) 350 l
Fuel capacity 110 l


   The Ferrari Enzo was produced since 2002. It was available as a coupe. Production ended in 2004. It's successor became the Ferrari FXX.

   This mid-engined supercar is powered by a 6.0-liter V12 engine, developing a staggering 660 horsepower. Engine is mated with a sequential-shift transmission. It is hard to drive in the city, but violence of the Enzo's acceleration is part of it's appeal. Acceleration is rapid at any gear and any speed.

   The Ferrari Enzo was built using Formula One technology. Unlike most supercars the Enzo is relatively easy to drive. It isn't close to F1 experience, but this car will bring you nearer to it than any other road car. A sophisticated traction control makes it easy to enjoy it's earth-shrinking performance. Steering is delighted and full of feel. It is not too heavy and not too nervous. Ride is firm but tolerable, while chassis is extremely stable.

   When the revs reach redline, exhaust note is something you heard nothing like it before. There is a fair amount of tyre noise, while some minor rattles and squeaks are present.

   The Ferrari Enzo is that expensive, that it's buyers probably have their own tracks. Only 399 of these cars were built, so it will remain very exclusive. Resale values are rock solid comparing with other cars in general. It is very hard to find one used. Running costs are just slightly higher comparing with standard Ferraris. A Ferrari back-up system will ensure that you will be able to keep you Enzo running many years from now.

   Interior of the leaves uncovered some bare-bones. However everything fits well and seems to be well built. There are a number of cabin storage spaces to keep all your oddments.

   Driving position is excellent and will suit most drivers. If not - get a personal tailoring. Driver's seat and pedals are adjustable. Visibility is pretty good. Unlike in some other supercars parking isn't a total nightmare and is easy to master.

   Interior of the Enzo is fairly spacious. Getting in is also easy, as the doors open wide and cut well into the roof. Practicality usually is not referred to the top shelf supercars, however the Ferrari Enzo has a large front boot, that will put to shame many small family hatches.

   Enzo comes with considerable safety equipment. Twin front airbags are present, however the side ones are not offered. This supercar has an impressively strong structure. A huge carbon brakes come with an anti-lock system. Traction control is also a considerable part of safety. In general the Ferrari Enzo meets all the crash test regulations that are not yet introduced. Thief-proofing is limited, but with such tiny production numbers it is virtually impossible to sell a stolen car.

   The Ferrari Enzo comes with an air conditioning and carbon fiber leather-trimmed sears. However it hasn't got any stereo or satellite navigation, leaving the engine as your soundtrack.


   Advantages: An easy-to drive car, that has got an alien-dimension performance.

   Disadvantages: Limited production numbers and hefty price tag. Left-hand drive only.

   Verdict: A must-have for an elite car collector.

   Also consider: McLaren F1, Pagani Zonda.


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