Ferrari intended for it to be a road-going F1 car and it shared so much in common with its track-going relatives that it left Jeremy speechless. Well, almost. He said that to drive it was like being an astronaut during take-off in a space shuttle. Not that Jeremy had been an astronaut and was never really going to get much further than being a tourist at Kennedy Space Centre or Cape Canaveral or something.
The Power Lap
The Stig discovered the Enzo was hard to drive, but tamed it so the Enzo came home with a magnificent time of 1 minute 19 seconds.
- Years produced: 2003-2004
- Number produced: 401
- Engine: V12
- 0-62 mph: 3.1 seconds
- Power: 650 bhp
- Max. speed: 218 mph
- Named after the Mr. Ferrari himself, Enzo. Also, Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason has one.
- It has a central computer to aid the suspension, transmission, engine and aerodynamic subsystems to get the best out of performance and safety.
- It has a button on the steering wheel giving you the option to turn off the traction control. Strangely, no one with common sense has tried it.