@ 7,800 rpm
The Ferrari Enzo was launched the day after the Ferrari F1 team
won their fourth consecutive World Championship in 2003. Named
after the companys founder Enzo Ferrari, the Ferrari Enzo is
one of the more controversial designs to come from the Italian
manufacturer. The design was inspired by F1 race cars and this
is most evident in the nose section and rear air intakes.
Powered by a 6 litre V12 with 660 bhp, the Ferrari Enzo is the
company's fastest road car to date. Its striking body work is
made from carbon
fiber and the lack of an imposing rear spoiler is made possible
because the under floor aerodynamics
are so effective the car is literally 'sucked' to the road.