The Ferrari Enzo, named after the founder of Ferrari, was established to commemorate Ferrari's first Formula One title of the new millennium. It is part of Ferrari's long-running limited-production supercar series, succeeding the Ferrari F50 and being succeeded by the Ferrari LaFerrari.
Continuing Ferrari's usage of naturally aspirated V12 engines, the Enzo uses Ferrari's F140 65° naturally aspirated V12 engine, displacing 6 L (5,998 cc) and producing 660 PS (651 bhp) at 7,800 rpm and 657 N·m (485 lb·ft) at 5500 rpm. It can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph (96.6 km/h) in 3.14 seconds, all the way up to a recorded top speed of 221 mph (355 km/h).
The Enzo also uses technologies banned in Formula One, like active aerodynamics and traction control.
This car was the second highest ranked car in the game.
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The Ferrari Enzo Ferrari was added in the Decals Update in March 2015.
The Enzo Ferrari, being put in Class S, has a starting rank of 1465 (the fourth lowest in Class S) and a maximum rank of 1690, as well as a MAX+PRO rank of 1793. +47 is gained from Tuning Kits. The Enzo Ferrari is one of the highest-ranked vehicles in the entire game, and it is also oddly higher-ranked than both its successor, which is in Class A and only has a MAX+PRO rank of 1694, and its track based car, Ferrari FXX Evoluzione, which also only has a MAX+PRO rank of 1700. The Enzo Ferrari mainly rivals the Ferrari 330 P4, Mosler Super GT, HTT Pléthore LC 750, and Renault Sport R.S. 01.
The Ferrari Enzo Ferrari's acceleration is outstandingly fast, outperforming the Ferrari 330 P4 and Mosler Super GT. Its drifting is also the best in its class, a trait later passed on to cars like the W Motors Fenyr Supersport and Mosler GT3. On the other hand, its top speed is lower than most other cars in its class, yet it still can manage a high total speed of 305.3 mph/491.5 km/h (identical to that of the TRION NEMESIS, Mosler Super GT and McLaren P1 GTR). Its main advantage over most Class S cars is its Speed Modification of 97.14%, which is very close to 100%. While the nitro efficiency combination of 9/14/19 seems very short, the car has otherwise fast acceleration to make up for this.
Currently, the Ferrari Enzo Ferrari's usefulness has decreased largely due to the inception of superior cars like the TRION NEMESIS, Mosler Land Shark, Chevrolet 2016 Camaro SS, McLaren Mercedes MP4-25, and Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport. While still the best car for Ferrari-only events and mid-high Class S events, the Enzo is no longer considered the best choice for a go-to Class S car. This is made even worse with its price now being only 14,975, making the car even more restrictive in availability than before while the 2016 Camaro is also now available for 1,950,000 or 6,250.
The Enzo Ferrari costed 3,500,000 to purchase. It also requires 3,131,250 to max out; this would total to 6,631,250. From the Multiplayer League Update up to August 13, 2017, it cost 3,150,000 or 14,975. Pro kits require 25 of each class S parts, 48 V12 engines, 28 Mid Techs, and 36 Advanced Techs.
As of August 14, 2017, the Enzo is now priced at 14,975. And as of the Motorcycles Update, it requires 20 of its Legendary-rarity Blueprints to be assembled. It is the thirteenth car to be released as a Multiplayer League reward, and is part of the thirteenth Multiplayer Season, Fall Flash Season, which started on August 31, 2017. Players who finish in the Elite League will get all 20 BP cards.
The Ferrari Enzo requires 260 Stars to unlock and is a high-end car rivaling the Lamborghini Murciélago LP 670-4 SV, Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4, and RUF RT 12 S. It costs 670,000 Cash. It has a seemingly better acceleration in spite of having the worst acceleration against its rivals.