Ferrari Enzo was introduced at the 2002 Paris Motor Show and was limited to just 399 units. At the time it was priced at $643,330 and even if you had the money you could not buy one, as all future owners were chosen by Ferrari.
You were selected only if Ferrari thought you are worthy to own this masterpiece.
If you are one of the lucky owners of an Enzo and think it is not powerful enough, you can turn to German tuner edo competition, who offers performance package for Enzo called XX.
Changes done to the engine include new new steel cylinders and pistons, new camshafts, new Titan valve springs, new Titan connecting rods, new oil cooling piston pipes, new exhaust manifolds, sport catalytic stainless, sport catalytic converter, sport air filter, air-ram system, fuel cooling system, new clutch, all bearings new, new oil pump and new gaskets.
Inside the cockpit is a button that controls the volume of the exhaust. There are two different exhaust notes available to amuse your ears.
After all these changes naturally aspirated 6.3 liter(stock car has 6.0 liter engine) V12 packs 800 horsepower(stock car has 650 hp) and 780 Nm of torque. Top speed is over 380 km/h (236 mph), 0 – 100 km/h (0 – 62 mph) comes in 3.2 seconds, 0 – 200 km/h (0 – 124 mph) comes in 9.0 seconds and 0 – 300 km/h (0 – 186 mph) in just 19 seconds.
To get back to zero Enzo XX is equipped with ceramic sports break system with 396 mm brake disc front and 360 mm brake disc rear, special brake pads in front and rear.
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