You’ll really stand out in this unique Enzo supercar.
While Ferrari has made many high-performance supercar models whose nameplates are typically associated with speed and style. However, it's hard to find a vehicle that boasts such incredible styling and performance as this particular supercar. Beating out similar models like the Stradale and 599, this Ferrari Enzo was the top of the line in engineering and design. Ture Ferrari fans will immediately recognize the exterior but not for what you might think. Rather than focusing on the curvaceous body lines, low ride height, or iconic fascia, these enthusiasts are attracted to the paint color. That's because this is the only Ferrari Enzo to be delivered new from Maranello finished in Nero Opaco (Matte Black), making it one of the rarest supercars ever.
When the Ferrari Enzo was first revealed to the world, its aggressive, angular styling took a while to grow on us. After a decade of rounded, curvaceous styling, the Enzo wasn't simply a return to the aggressive, wedge-shaped '80s. Instead, it brought that hard-edged style into the new millennium.
While we were busy drooling over the styling, you’ll be too busy drooling over the car's impressive performance. The Enzo's screaming V12 produced 651 horsepower and 485 lb/ft of torque. Zero to 60 came in just 3.3 seconds, en route to a top speed of 218 MPH. Even today, those numbers are more than respectable. See it here.