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Ferrari Enzo 2002

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Ferrari Enzo 2002

Ferrari Enzo 2002
Engine   5,998 cc, V12
Top speed  226 mph (363 km/h)

The ultimate Ferrari road car when it was released, just 400 models were produced for the most wealthy and discerning customers. The Ferrari Enzo Ferrari, named after the legendary company founder, was launched in 2002 as an outstanding expression of the concept of extreme sports car,

developed for road use, yet epito-mising the most advanced concepts of Formula 1 racing technology. The body, especially the nose tip of the latest creation from Maranelio indicates the F1 origin. The air duct divides the arrow shaped front part of the car so that the unit attached in front of the rear axle is sufficiently cooled. The V12 power plant delivering all of 660 HP is underneath the rear window. The 6,0 I engine weighs 225 kg.

The typical round tail lights are beside the rear spoiler, a slender wing that extends at 80 kph and tilts back at 280 kph. As usual, the body design is by Pininfarina. The austerity of the equipment emphasizes the priorities in the cockpit: racing technology for road use. LED displays on the multi-function steering wheel emphasize its F1 characteristics. There are only 2 pedals in the car, because the Enzo has a sequential six-speed gearbox, as well as start automatics, controlled by rocker switches on the steering column.

The features offered by the car are its superb acceleration, active wings, acceleration skid control and very fast-acting brakes that give inexperienced drivers the necessary safety and a driving stability that is unprecedented to date, with the ability to switch off the ASR at the touch of a button. The Enzo Ferrari accelerates from 0 to 100 kph in just 3.65 seconds and sprints from 0 to 200 in 9.5 seconds. The maximum speed is officially announced to be over 350 kph. The Enzo Ferrari will be produced in a limited edition of 399 units.
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