It may not look as good as the original supercar but you have to admit that it sounds a million times better.
Taking a chance on modifying an extremely expensive and very rare supercar like the Ferrari Enzo will definitely not be appreciated by purists but unfortunately we do live in a free world, sort of. Even so, this particular exotic ride, which has been called the Enzo ZXX, has been signed by Edo Competition. It has received a new body kit which is making it significantly different than the standard one and it has went off for a swim in a lake once.
The naturally aspirated V12 engine, with the 6.3 liters in displacement, has received new headers, ported heads and new cams, along with other tweaks, and these are now allowing it to produce a total output of 840 HP. Keep in mind that the standard supercar is producing “just” 651 HP (485 kW) at 7,800 rpm and 657 Nm (485 lb-ft) of torque, available at 5,500 rpm, so we might be talking about the most powerful Enzo the world has seen. Power is being sent to the rear-wheel drive through a 6-speed semi-automatic transmission and the vehicle has a rear mid-engine layout, along with a two-seat coupe body style. Ferrari has produced the Enzo in just 400 units, between 2002 and 2004.