2003 Ferrari Enzo For sale in London (LHD)
- Only 12,703 KM from new!
- Service history
- Special order Giallo Modena / Black & Yellow Hide
- European delivered
- 1 Owner from new
- Complete with fitted luggage
This beautiful example was delivered new on 28th March 2003 via SALMO Car SpA, finished in special order Giallo Modena with Black and Yellow hide to the cars first and only owner. Having resided in the Principality of Monaco its entire life it has been solely maintained by Scuderia Monte Carlo from new.
Equipment which accompanies our Enzo:
- Fitted luggage
- Original owners driver book pack
- Original leather embossed wallet
- Factory supplied service book
- Fitted cover and tools
- Exclusive certification issued by the factory from new
Our Enzo is in absolutely beautiful condition and has evidently been meticulously cared for since the day it was delivered. The Giallo Modena paintwork remains spectacular around the car, and contrasting Black lower skirts are in unmarked condition. The interior is close to factory condition with the 2 racing seats finished in Black and Yellow leather.
Showing just 12,703 KM, our Enzo has just completed major service with Scuderia Monte Carlo on the 11th March 2019 at 12,622 kilometres.
In the course of its history, Ferrari has, at regular intervals, produced extreme sports cars that are the pinnacle of the technological and performance-oriented achievement of their day and made them available to its clients for road use. This policy has produced some of the most extraordinary in the marque’s entire history. Each one represented the very state of the art in terms of performance-oriented engineering, the most recent being, of course, the likes of the 288 GTO, F40 and F50. What all of these cars shared, however, wasn’t just their benchmark performance but the fact that they were produced in strictly limited edition runs. Joining their exclusive ranks in 2002 was the Enzo Ferrari, a superb car of which just 399 were built.
At the time of its launch, the Enzo contained the most advanced track-derived technologies of its day. What made it truly unique was the fact that it was benefiting from the technological crossover at a time when Ferrari was on an impressive winning streak in Formula 1. The goal Ferrari set itself was to turn the Enzo into an integrated system that would actually improve upon the driver’s performance capacities through the use of a Formula 1-style human-machine interface.
Never before had a Ferrari’s styling been so heavily influenced by function. Work in the wind tunnel, on the track and on the road focused unswervingly on achieving maximum performance possible and resulted in a completely uncompromising car. The Enzo’s front section was inspired both in terms of its form and function by the Formula 1 car’s nose cone while its composite flanks were sculpted to channel air flows for superb internal fluid-dynamics.
The tail section didn’t have a big rear wing either, as the engineers opted for much more subtle aerodynamic aids and a highly efficient ground effect instead. Pininfarina did a majestic job of drawing these and other functions together and moulding an incredibly charismatic line out them.
The Enzo’s engine was a completely new 65° V12 that drew on Ferrari’s F1 experience and as a result featured some unique technical solutions. It had an overall displacement of 5998 cc, a maximum power output of 660 hp at 7800 rpm and maximum torque of 67 kgm at 5500 rpm. It also had a compression ratio of 11.2 and a specific power output of 110 CV/lt. The new V12 was completely focused on delivering a unique blend of blistering power, huge torque at low revs and a broad range of use. Its rear-mounted gearbox was connected directly to the engine with just the F1 version being available.
The priority with the Enzo design was to cut gearshifting times (which went down to 150 milliseconds) to deliver superbly sporty driving. This was thanks to a new control logic and further refinements which, in line with the car’s extreme vocation, were less influenced by comfort considerations.
The Enzo’s braking system was specifically developed for it by Brembo and featured CCM (Carbon-Ceramic Material) discs, the first time these had been used on a Ferrari car despite having been employed for years by the Scuderia in Formula 1. This also contributed in no small part to the benchmark braking performance results delivered by the Enzo across the board.
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