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Ferrari - 2005 Ferrari Enzo





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2005 Ferrari Enzo
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Specifications
Engine Type 6.0-liter DOHC 48-valve V12
Displacement cu in (cc) 366.02 cu in | 5999.1 cc
Power bhp (kW)  at RPM 660.00 BHP (485.8 KW) @ 7800.00 RPM
Torque lb-ft (Nm) at RPM 484.00 Ft-Lbs (656.3 NM) @ 5500.00 RPM
Redline at RPM 8200 rpm
Brakes ABS, vented disc
Tires 245/35 - 345/35 ZR 19
Length 185.121 in | 4702.1 mm
Weight 2767 lbs | 1255.1 kg
Acceleration 0-62 mphs 3.6
Top Speed mph (km/h) 217 mph
Fuel economy EPA (1/100) n.a.
Base Price $670,000.00
Car Description

Never before has the styling of a Ferrari by Pininfarina been so directly derived from its function. The nose section of the Ferrari Enzo is heavily influenced by Formula 1 and the entire body is shaped to ensure optimum airflow for cooling the engine and brakes, while generating unprecedented levels of grip-enhancing downforce with minimal aerodynamic drag.

The under-car ground effects are so efficient that the large rear wing required by many supercars is not needed on a Ferrari Enzo. The aerodynamic balance of the car is maintained at speed by automatic adjustments to the position of twin front flaps and a single rear spoiler.

The under-car ground effects are so efficient that the large rear wing required by many supercars is not needed on a Ferrari Enzo. The aerodynamic balance of the car is maintained at speed by automatic adjustments to the position of twin front flaps and a single rear spoiler.

The Enzo is powered by a new, ultra-light, 6.0-litre V12 engine, which has a number of unique technical features. The performance goals for the engine were very high power 110 bhp per litre with generous torque from low revs and a driveable nature. More than 383 lb-ft of torque is generated at 3,000 rpm and variable inlet and exhaust valves, together with electronic management for each row of cylinders and a drive-by-wire throttle, ensures that the engine is extremely responsive.

Like an F1 car, the gearbox in the Enzo is coupled directly to the rear of the engine by a casting that doubles as the engine oil tank. The six-speed gearbox adopts triple cone synchronizers on all ratios to ensure smooth changes, which are entrusted entirely to an electrohydraulic system activated by the driver using paddles behind the steering wheel. A fully automatic option is not offered.

The new three-spoke, 350 mm diameter steering wheel has a flat-top complete with a row of LEDs indicating engine revs and three controls each side of the air-bag linked to the main car control functions. Grouping essential controls around the steering wheel grip leaves more room for the twin paddles behind the wheel, which operate the electronic gear selection. The view through the wheel is dominated by a central rev-counter, flanked by the 250 mph (400 km/h) speedometer and a graphic screen on which a variety of displays can be called up.

Buyers will be invited to the Ferrari factory to have the cockpit of their car tailored to their specific needs. There will be a choice of four width fittings for both the cushion and backrest of the leather trimmed multi-adjustable Sparco seats. The position of the accelerator and brake pedals can be adjusted fore and aft and sideways to accommodate drivers who prefer to use left-foot braking.

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