The car was named after Ferrari’s founder Enzo Anselmo Giuseppe Maria Ferrari. The Enzo Ferrari is the successor to the Ferrari F50 and in 2013 was replaced by the Ferrari LaFerrari hybrid hypercar. One of the Ferrari’s last mid-engined, non-hybrid production models, the car has a V12 engine.
With a 6.0L (5,998 cc) Naturally-Aspirated V12 new engine, also called F140 B, the Enzo Ferrari’s engine produces 650 hp (485 kW) at 7,800 rpm and 485 ft·lb (658 N·m) of torque at 5,500 rpm, with the redline set at 8,200 rpm.
The Enzo Ferrari features a Formula One-esque electrohydraulic shift six-speed semi-automatic transmission, active aerodynamics (the first for a road-going Ferrari), and traction control, the latter two of which are banned technologies in Formula One.
The Enzo Ferrari is capable of 0 to 60 mph (97 km/h) in 3.3 seconds, 0 to 100 mph (161 km/h) in 6.6 seconds, and a top speed of 217 mph (350 km/h), which is always exceeded in each Forza title.
2002 Production Car, Italy
6.0L Naturally-Aspirated V12
650 bhp (485 kW), 485 lb⋅ft (658 N·m)
Mid-Engined, Rear-Wheel Drive
3086 lbs (1400 kg), 44% / 56%