Ferrari Enzo hits telegraph pole in South Korea image

A rare Ferrari Enzo has been involved recently in a weird crash which is coming all the way from South Korea.

South Korea is the good Korea as most of you might say but the Asian country has definitely ruined this Ferrari Enzo. The rare Italian supercar has been involved in a crash but we actually have no clue on how this happened. However, we can say that the driver lost control of the wheel and plunged head first into the telegraph pole or it can also be a simple case of misjudging pedals. The good news is that no one seems to have been hurt in this incident but the bad part is that the servicing bill will be quite high.

The Ferrari Enzo is a rear mid-engine and rear-wheel drive supercar named after the founder of the company. This has been produced in 2002 and it stayed in production until 2004. Only 400 units of it have been put together and all of them are coming in the two-seat coupe body style. The Enzo stands at 4, 702 mm long, 2,035 mm wide and 1,147 mm tall, with a wheelbase of 2,650 mm and a curb weight of 1,255 kg. It is the predecessor of the LaFerrari and it is making use of the 6.0L V12 unit and the 6-speed semi-automatic engine, sending 651 HP (485 kW) and 657 Nm (485 lb-ft) of torque to the RWD. From 0 to 100 km/h it needs just a little over 3 seconds and top speed is 355 km/h (221 mph).

  • Steve

    Just saw this on GT spirit. Never site your sources, do you?