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Pictures of Ferrari Enzo cars from car shows, car museums and classic car auctions across the U.S.
The Ferrari Enzo is a mid-engined, rear-wheel drive, 12-cylinder supercar named after the company's founder.
Correct Name: Enzo Ferrari
Produced from 2002 to 2004
Limited production of 400 cars
The Enzo Ferrari debuted in 2002 at the Paris Motor Show. The new supercar was to be a limited edition with only 349 car to be built. The entire scheduled production was sold out to existing Ferrari owners. After many requests from others desiring to buy an Enzo, the company agreed to make 50 more cars, bring the total to 399. A 400th car was built to auctioned by Sotheby's Maranello Auction on June 28, 2005 to benefit survivors of the 2005 Tsunami in Indonesia. The Enzo sold for $1,274,229, almost twice its list price.
Three prototype cars were built in 2000 to test the new V-12 engine and F1 transmission. The cars were bodied to look like the existing Ferrari 348 and were designated as M1, M2, and M3. The M3 was also auctioned by Sotheby's and fetched $236,300.
On today's market, Enzo Ferraris rarely come up for sale and when they do, usually sell for over $1,000,000.
The Enzo Ferrari is often referred to as a Ferrari Enzo or F60, however the correct name is the Enzo Ferrari and is officially called the F131 on internal Ferrari documents. The F60 names would imply that this was a 60th anniversary car and this would have been 4 years premature.
Each car will have the seat and pedal configuration custom fit to the user's exact measurements. The Enzo is currently the most powerful naturally aspirated production car in the world. The design of the body was led by Designer Ken Okuyama under Pininfarina.
The all-new engine for the Enzo is Ferrari's Model F140 65-degree V12 with four valves per cylinder, dual overhead cam and variable valve timing. It based on the design of the Maserati (sister company to Ferrari) V8 with 4.1 inch bore spacing. The engine uses Bosch Motronic ME7 fuel injection.
The Ferrari F430 was the second Ferrari series to receive this new motor.