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Information about Ferrari EnzoThe Enzo Ferrari (95 walls) is a 12 cylinder mid-engine berlinetta named after the company's founder, Enzo Ferrari. It is currently one of the most powerful naturally aspirated production cars. It was built in 2002 (15 years ago) using Formula One technology, such as a carbon-fibre body, F1-style sequential shift transmission, and Carbon fibre-reinforced Silicon Carbide (C/SiC) ceramic composite disc brakes. Also used are technologies not allowed in F1 such as active aerodynamics and traction control. After a downforce of 775 kg (1,709 lb) is reached at 348.8 km/h (217 mph) the rear wing is actuated by computer to maintain that downforce.
The Enzo's V12 engine is the first of a new generation for Ferrari. It is based on the architecture of the V8 found in sister-company Maserati's Quattroporte, using the same basic architecture and 104 mm (4.1 in) bore spacing. This design will replace the former architectures seen in V12 and V8 engines used in most other contemporary Ferraris. The 2005 (12 years ago) F430 is the second Ferrari (95 walls) to get a version of this new powerplant.
In 2004 (13 years ago), Sports Car International named the Enzo Ferrari (95 walls) number three on their list of Top Sports Cars of the 2000 (17 years ago).
Motor Trend Classic named the Enzo as number four in their list of the ten "Greatest Ferraris of all time".
NameThough officially known as the Enzo Ferrari (95 walls), the car is sometimes referred to colloquially as the "Ferrari (95 walls) Enzo", or simply as "Enzo" with no marque or other words attached. It can all so be referred to by its original name the F60.
Celebrating its first World Championship of the new Millennium, in Formula One, Ferrari (95 walls) built the Enzo to celebrate this achievement and the company named the car after its founder, Enzo Ferrari (95 walls), who died in 1988 (29 years ago).
ProductionThe Enzo was initially announced at the 2002 (15 years ago) Paris Motor Show with a limited production run of 349 units and priced at US $643,330. The company sent invitations to existing customers, specifically, those who had previously bought the Ferrari (95 walls) F40 and Ferrari (95 walls) F50. All 349 cars were sold in this way before production began. Later, after numerous requests, Ferrari (95 walls) decided to build 50 more Enzos, bringing the total to 399. Before being unveiled at the Paris Motor show, the Enzo (that was used in the show) was flown from Italy to California to be filmed in Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. It was driven on a beach by actress Demi Moore. After filming was complete, the Enzo was flown to France to be in the Motor Show. Enzos are listed as being built in 2003 (14 years ago).
Ferrari (95 walls) built one more Enzo — the 400th car — and it was auctioned by Sotheby's Maranello Auction on Jun. 28, 2005 (12 years ago), to benefit survivors of the 2004 (13 years ago) Tsunami for €950,000 (US$1,274,229), almost twice its list price. This sum was presented to Pope Benedict XVI, while former Ferrari (95 walls) Formula One driver Michael Schumacher gave the pope a steering wheel to commemorate the donation. This wheel included a plaque which read, "The Formula 1 World Champion's steering wheel to His Holiness Benedict XVI, Catholicism's driver."
The Enzo Ferrari (95 walls) typically trades above $1,000,000 (£500,000) at auction.
Three prototype "mules" were built, M1, M2, and M3. Each was bodied to look like a 348, even though the mules were built in 2000 (17 years ago). The third mule was offered for auction alongside the 400th Enzo in June, 2005 (12 years ago), bringing €195,500 (US$236,300).
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