After a secret screening held in Maranello, new details have emerge about the Ferrari Enzo successor. Known in internal circles as the F150 Project, the new Ferrari model will be restricted to 499 cars in three main colors and is expected to cost 1.2M EUR. It will be powered by V12 engine that has been
The Ferrari Enzo supercar is not one of the, but the meanest and the most spectacular car in the supercar category as on date. There is no other car that can match this one and none seem to be so in the distant horizon unless Ferrari themselves think up of coming out with a successor
To make a car that can be termed as unique in most aspects is indeed a time consuming project. The same holds true for the Ferrari Enzo which is a supercar that the company is trying to make so that it can be termed as the brand’s crown jewel. There would be a prototype that
This is hot from the scoop oven. Ferrari disclosed today that they will be producing 6 new models through 2013 as Fiat executes its restructuring plans. In the pipeline are a more hyper variant of the Enzo and a more aggressive 458. The first one that we can expect to drool at will be the
We brought you first details about the Gemballa MIG-U1 end of last year. Now this Porsche specialist has released new images and details about this Ferrari Enzo based supercar. In total 400 Ferrari Enzo’s were produced and Gemballa says that they will build 25 MIG-U1’s each individually produced so there won’t be an identical car.
Gemballa is all about tuning different Porsche models, but once in a while they also work on other exotics. The Gemballa MIG-U1 is based on the very rare Ferrari Enzo and was created for Gemballa’s Middle East distributor, the Illyas and Mustafa Galadari Group. Main highlights of this modified Ferrari Enzo are an entirely new
edo competition is not a rookie when it comes to modifying the very exclusive Ferrari Enzo. Just few months ago they introduced a 800 horsepower Enzo XX. Now they are introducing a new modification called Enzo FXX Evolution.
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
Just recently very exotic McLaren F1 was destroyed by fire in California. This time Ferrari Enzo ended up in flames in Canada. As you can see from the pictures there is nothing to repair – after fireman got control of the fire there was just a wreck left.