The twelve cylinder super car known as the Ferrari Enzo is named after Ferrari founder Enzo Ferrari. It was first manufactured in the year 2003 with the help of Formula One racing technology, including carbon ceramic brake discs, carbon fiber for its body, and F1 style sequential shift transmission.
Other technologies utilized in the Enzo Ferrari – but not allowed in the F1 – include active aerodynamics.
The Ferrari Enzo boasts a V12 Configuration – the first of its kind in a new Ferrari generation. This Configuration is based on the V8 architecture, which is founded in the Maserati Quattroporte. It utilizes the same basic architecture as that Configuration as well as 104 mm bore spacing.
In the year 2004, the Ferrari Enzo was listed as Number Three on the Sports Car International list of the Top Sports Cars of the 2000s. The Enzo Ferrari was listed as Number Four on the list of the ten Greatest Ferraris of All Time, compiled by Motor Trend Classic magazine.
Occasionally, the Ferrari Enzo is referred to as the F60 or the Ferrari Enzo. The full model name of the vehicle, however is the Enzo Ferrari. As the maker of the vehicle is Ferrari, then the complete name of the vehicle is the Ferrari Enzo Ferrari.