Today’s car is also called Ferrari Enzo name after company’s founder Enzo Ferrari. It was introduced in 2003 and production ran through 2004. In tradition of limited-production supercars the Enzo’s limited production was limited to 399 with an additional car built especially for Pope John Paul II leaving the total production at 400. The 400th car was later sold at auction for $1.1 million.
The car is finished in Nero with a Cuoio interior. It is powered by a 6.0 liter, DOHC V-12 engine with Bosch fuel injection, producing 651 hp. Transferring that power through a six-speed “F1” automated manual transmission using paddle shifters. Delivering that power to the rear wheels through 4.10 to 1 rear end. Slowing this baby down are 15 inch Brembo disc brakes at all 4 corners. The 19 inch wheels are held on by a single lug nut. It has four-wheel independent suspension with push-rod-actuated shock absorbers, that are adjustable from with in the cabin, with anti-roll bars at the front and rear of the car. The car has a 44% – 56% front – rear weight distribution.
The top speed is reported to be 221 mph and acceleration from 0 to 60 mph in 3.14 seconds. The original MSRP was $643,330.00 and this one just sold for more than $3,000,000. The total number of the Ferrari Enzo’s produced is 400 of which this is 1 of 8 in finished in Black and 1 of 2 black with a Cuoio interior.
With just 17,540 original miles this is a great car to drive through the canyons or just up and down the coast for a cruise. Showing it off at Cars and Coffee or any other car gathering is a must. It is another Ferrari piece of automobile art, Thanks for riding along. Frank