The Enzo Ferrari is a 2-door sports car produced by the Italian manufacturer Ferrari in the period from 2002–2004. It is powered by a 6.0 L Tipo F140 B V12 engine delivering 651 hp, equipped with a F1 style 6-speed semi-automatic transmission and adjustable F1 steering wheel. The acceleration time from 0-60 mph is 3.14 seconds and the top speed of this supercar is 221 mph. The Enzo Ferrari is brilliantly focused, in the cabin there is nothing to distract you from the job of driving, because when you are in the car, that is all you want to do.
Ferrari was so pleased with this model, so they named it after the founder of the company. It was designed by the Japanese designer Ken Okuyama. The American magazine Sports Car International ranked the Enzo Ferrari at the third position on their list of Top Sports Cars of the 2000’s. Unlike them, Bloomberg Businessweek described this car as one of the 50 ugliest cars of the past 50 years, with too flashy curves and angles, especially the V-shaped hood, bulbous windshield and scooped-out doors. If you ask me, this car is a masterpiece, it is a Ferrari after all! Today only 400 lucky people chosen by Ferrari own this magnificent supercar.