In 2002 Ferrari introduced the Enzo a supercar named after the company’s founder Enzo Ferrari. The Enzo was based on Ferrari’s F1 race car and featured many cutting-edge technologies including a carbon-fiber body an F1-style sequential shift gearbox and an advanced traction control system.
Only 399 Enzos were ever made and each one was hand-assembled by a team of Ferrari’s best technicians.
The Enzo was originally designed to be a limited-edition race-bred supercar. But despite its track-focused pedigree the Enzo was also surprisingly comfortable and livable on the road.
Thanks to its 6.0-liter V12 engine the Enzo could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.4 seconds.
But its true performance potential was unleashed on the racetrack where Enzo’s F1-derived technology made it a true handful to drive.
Despite its rarity and performance potential the Enzo was not without its critics. Some complained that the car’s stiff suspension and race-bred tires made it too uncomfortable for daily driving.
Others griped about the Enzo’s lack of luggage space and its finicky F1-style gearbox.
But for those lucky enough to own one the Enzo was an unforgettable supercar.
How Many Ferrari Enzos Were Made?
Ferrari only ever made 399 Enzos making it one of the rarest cars ever produced. Each Enzo was hand-assembled by a team of Ferrari’s best technicians and each one was slightly different from the next.