A limited-production, highly exclusive supercar produced by Ferrari for the 2003 model year. The Enzo features a 650-hp V-12 engine, an F1-inspired exterior styled by Pininfarina, and employs much of the technology developed for Ferrari's F1 cars. The Enzo was sold to the best clients of the company through invitation, and it's original MSRP was approx. $660,000 US dollars (although the present median second-hand price is over $1.1 million dollars). Production was strictly limited to 399 units, officially available in only black, yellow, and red. It's name is an homage to the late, great Enzo Ferrari, legendary founder of Ferrari.
The Ferrari Enzo is the latest in the company's line of limited-edition supercars, including the 288 GTO, the F40, and F50.
A 650hp, 2300 pound Supercar, capable of 60mph in 3.3 seconds, it can also cover the 1/4 mile in 11.1 seconds at 135.6mph. It's top speed is 218mph, and only 399 of them were made. It has a Longitudely mounted V12 Engine that produces 493lbs/ft of Torque at 4400rpm. It comes in many colors, contrary to the other definition, and there is said to be at least one unpainted version. The car also has a derivative, called the FXX, and 850hp race monster loosely based off of the Maserati MC12 Racecar.
"Deitrich, where's my Ferrari Enzo!!?"