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In 2002 Ferrari began production of the fastest road car they had ever made. Controversially named Enzo after the firms now legendary founder, this 650bhp, 217mph supercar was the fourth in a line of ultra high performance Ferrari's. Codenamed FX throughout its development, the Enzo's simple engineering philosophy was to employ the greatest crossover of F1 technology ever seen. Also to become the most aerodynamically advanced street car of its time. Performance figures are very impressive, a 217mph top speed, 0-60 in 3.5 seconds and 0-125 in 9.5 making the Enzo the fastest car in production between 2002 and 2004. First shown to the press during March 2002 prior to making its public debut at the Tokyo Museum of Art, the Enzo could lap Ferrari's Fiorano test track a staggering 4.5 seconds quicker than an F50. Available only in left-hand drive, 399 were built, all were pre-sold at a cost of nearly £500,000, the first deliveries took place in October 2002 and the last car rolled off the production line in May 2004.
This example was supplied new to its first owner in Germany in April 2004. The car is presented in Rosso Corsa with Nero Leather seats and red stitching. It has had 2 owners in total and has covered just 5,000 kms.