When in Paris and the doors of L'art de l'automobile open, you can usually be sure that a pretty cool car is about to roll in. This time, they were accompanied by another Swiss Enzo.
Not too long ago, we saw this Enzo paired with an SLR and a Carrera GT. Now, it was cruising through the streets of Paris with another Enzo. The Ferrari Enzo has been one of the most beloved Ferraris since 2002, and it was produced in silver in very limited quantities. The car was named after Ferrari's founder, Enzo Ferrari, to honor his passion for high-performance cars. Only 399 units of the Enzo Ferrari were manufactured, making it an extremely rare and coveted vehicle. The design of the Enzo is heavily influenced by Formula 1, and its aerodynamic efficiency is impressive. It features a range of technological innovations to ensure maximum performance and handling. The Enzo Ferrari is powered by a V12 engine that produces approximately 660 horsepower. Accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h takes only about 3.2 seconds. The Enzo is Ferrari's first production car to use a carbon fiber monocoque chassis, resulting in improved stiffness and reduced weight. The Enzo incorporates many technologies from Formula 1, including electro-hydraulic sequential manual transmission and active suspension. With a top speed of around 350 km/h, the Enzo is among the fastest production cars of its time. To ensure that the vehicles are in the hands of true Ferrari enthusiasts, potential buyers were personally selected by Ferrari. The original price of the Enzo Ferrari was around $660,000, making it one of the most expensive production cars of its time. However, today, it commands several million dollars. The Enzo paved the way for a series of other high-performance vehicles from Ferrari and is now a coveted collector's item due to its limited availability and its role as a tribute to the legendary Enzo Ferrari.
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