Articles about Ferrari Enzo

This is the only white unit out of the 10 Enzos painted with non-standard colors
Bigfoot, the Loch Ness Monster, and the white Ferrari Enzo. Many claim to have seen them, and yet nobody can vouch for their existence. Until now, that is.Sadly, somebody hasn't found a giant dino-like creature in a Scottish lake,
A great way to be immortalized
The most extreme road-going McLaren built at the time of its launch in 2018 (which is exactly what you'd hope, given who they chose to name it after). Not the prettiest, though. The Senna's design was entirely dictated by
Why not play some vintage Adele before reading on?
Unless you've been living under a rock with no Wi-Fi for the last few months, you'll be well aware that Sebastian Vettel will race for the new/rebranded Aston Martin Formula 1 team from the 2021 season onwards. Perhaps
How much would you pay for this beaut?
There was nothing quite like the Ferrari Enzo when it was launched back in 2002. Built with Formula 1 tech, it was capable of performance numbers few cars can match up to this day. It also had this riveting physique still turns
Recognize any of these?
What made the Lotus Elise so light? Aluminum. Specifically, the process of aluminum extrusions, which basically involves squeezing a big block of the metal out of a smaller hole, then chopping up the squeezed result and bonding it together with adhesive.Result?
Tough choice
Let's see. 288 GTO, F40, F50, Enzo. In our world, it's like reuniting John, Paul, George and Ringo. Because, as we watch these four sainted cars being decanted from their transporter, it's a reminder that the LaFerrari is part
F40, F50, Enzo and LaFerrari in action
For any red-blooded car nut, staring at a Ferrari is already a treat in itself. Of course, seeing the supercar in action on a track would be even better. But what if you could watch not one, not two, but four
Commence drooling now
Ferrari collector John Hunt recently claimed his LaFerrari hypercar at the Italian carmaker's Maranello plant in Italy. How he claimed it was really special: Together with his children and his friends, he picked up his red LaFerrari by bringing along his
A 458 Italia-sized hypercar
Ferrari is taking its sweet time to reveal the successor to the Enzo. Short of revealing what the final product looks like, the Italian carmaker has shared some important technical details of the car, which is unofficially being referred to by the
Can you guess who made that offer?
James Glickenhaus's Ferrari P4/5 is the stuff of legends. Approached by Italian design house Pininfarina in March 2005 to create a one-off car, Glickenhaus suggested that it should be a modern interpretation of his classic Ferrari 330 P3/4
For at least P56 million
For some reason, Formula 1 driver Jenson Button is disposing of his supercar collection. After putting on sale his Bugatti Veyron in 2009 and his Ford GT in 2011, the 2009 world champion is now letting go of his Ferrari Enzo.According
Yes, this Prancing Horse is actually a "mule"
Feel like owning a Ferrari Enzo but find the prospect of possessing a car that 400 other moneyed individuals like you similarly own too disconcerting? Then perhaps you'd like to purchase the only Enzo prototype "mule" to be auctioned off by
We're lucky to catch them online
Be honest. Whenever you're behind the wheel of a car, you wish for a clear stretch of road that's long enough to allow you to floor the accelerator and find out whether or not the manufacturer's saying the truth
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