Price: $670,000 (2004)
Est. transaction price: $1,000,000
Money down: $200,000
Estimated 60-month lease: $11,500
Estimated buy-back price: $350,000
Ferrari's poster car of the decade is the Enzo, a strongly F1-influenced supercar that can leap to 60 mph in just over three seconds, with a 660-hp V12 engine for only 3,010 pounds. An F1-style six-speed paddle-shifter takes the power to the wheels, and the carbon-fiber, race-style cockpit is all business. Technically, there are no more used Enzos, as all 399 made were sold years ago. Since then, the price has gone up to the seven-digit range.
Enzo's currently sell for around $1.4 Million US.
There is no 2008 Ferrari Enzo only 2002. Ferrari's production run of the Enzo was only 399.
The Ferrari Enzo comes out to $1,000,000.
If you're saying the person that made Ferrari Enzo (his name is Enzo Ferrari), he's dead. If you're saying if you can see the car Ferrari Enzo, you can see at a car dealer. You can call a Ferrari Enzo as "Ferrari Enzo" and "Enzo Ferrari," its because the Ferrari Enzo is made by the person "Enzo Ferrari."
They have a regular Ferrari Enzo, a Ferrari Enzo GT, and the race Ferrari Enzo FXX. They made around 234 Ferrari Enzo's so no, no new one's.
by Enzo ferrari
it is named after the founder of Ferrari cars Enzo Ferrari
Enzo Ferrari founded Ferrari S.P.A in the year 1947.
You mean Ferrari Enzo. Enzo Ferrari is the guy. Anyways: 217mph
The BHP of an Enzo Ferrari is 1
You got it wrong its Ferrari Enzo not Enzo Ferrari.
A man named Enzo. There is a Ferrari named after him called the Ferrari Enzo.