The most powerful limited production vehicle produced by Ferrari to date proudly wears the founder's name.
The pure racing chassis features lightweight carbon composite material components and was obviously designed as a formula racing machine.
However, contrary to the spartan features expected of pure racers, the Enzo Ferrari entered the field as a super premium model with lavish comforts. Built as a monument to the company's foundation 55 years earlier, the full scope of Ferrari racing technology was applied to this machine that reached fruition in 2002.
Only 399 Enzo Ferraris were officially available for sale. The 6 liter, 65 degree V12 aluminum alloy engine features variable valve timing and outputs 660hp of power. This combines with a lightweight chassis frame to produce a maximum speed of 350km/h.