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    PICTURES FROM THE OFFICIAL
    “FERRARI ENZO” BROCHURE (III)

    ...here is the “hands-up” serial...

     
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    PICTURES FROM THE OFFICIAL
    “FERRARI ENZO” BROCHURE (and IV)

    …and for the end, Mr.V12.

    (my Ferrari Enzo brochure is for sale, bids starts in $100)

     
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    <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from Homero</i>
    <b>PICTURES FROM THE OFFICIAL
    “FERRARI ENZO” BROCHURE (and IV)

    …and for the end, Mr.V12.

    (my Ferrari Enzo brochure is for sale, bids starts in $100)

    </b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->I would like to have the real thing. <IMG SRC="http://www.supercars.net/servlets/cMsg/html/emoticons/smile.gif"><!-- Signature -->
     
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    THE PHOTOSHOP TERRORISTS STRIKES AGAIN

    There are a lot of modified pictures of Ferrari Enzo in the web.

    Those are the best of them

     
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    homero you are a god!! thanks a lot for all of those pictures - wow that is a nice car!!!
     
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    homero you are a god!! thanks a lot for all of those pictures - wow that is a nice car!!!
     
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    <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from Homero</i>
    <b>PICTURES FROM THE OFFICIAL
    “FERRARI ENZO” BROCHURE (III)

    ...here is the “hands-up” serial...

    </b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->

    Thank you for pics!!!
    Tech specs? Weight?

    Mafalda
     
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    THE TRUTH ABOUT FERRARI ENZO SPECS

    There are no official specs about the Ferrari Enzo. Those are the only words officialy informed by Ferrari Media Centre.

    "So far we have spoken of the ability to work as a team, of creativity, passion and innovation. This is the basis on which we wish to present the “Enzo,” a car which is unique in the world from every point of view: a twelve cylinder engine which is new in every respect, weight, size, power, ecological credentials, driveability, made entirely from carbon fibre, a gearbox which is right up with the latest evolution in Formula 1, a steering wheel which can control several functions on the car, a car which can beat all 0-100 km/h acceleration figures and top speed records."

    "The result is an entirely new car that exploits Ferrari’s world-beating F1 experience to achieve the utmost performance. The 5,998 cm3 V12 engine produces over 650Hp, allowing for a top speed in excess of 350Km/h. The “Enzo Ferrari” will be officially presented at the Paris International Auto Show from September 28th to October 13th; production will be limited to 349 units"

    If you find any other specs about Ferrari Enzo there are only stimative. Not officials.

     
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    QUALITY CONTROL

    Those pictures were published by “Quattoruote” magazine this week. They said “this is not a prototype of the Ferrari Enzo. It’s a definitive version, one of the 349 units that will be produced, ready for deliver to the costumer”.

    An add: “It’s a Ferrari tradition with specials cars like the “Enzo” to do a final test of the unit for quality control in Fiorano track”

    I don’t know if it’s true. You can see the special golden wheels in two pictures. And the grey roof in the other, like the F140 prototype shown last month in Tokio.

    The wheels and the roof are “optional” for special costumers? Maybe, if you pay $600.000 for a car you want it very special and unique.
     
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    Once again, thanks for the lowdown. Great pics. Have a nice day.<!-- Signature -->
     
  11. #36 Homero, Aug 9, 2002
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    FERRARI ENZO FOR SALE

    I’ve found this advertise in www.carclassic.com

    CarClassic is a special supercar deliver and they have one Ferrari “Enzo Ferrari” for sale. If you are interest in drive at 350 km/h, here is the data published in the web.

    CONTACT: info@carclassic.com
    DELIVERY DATE: late 2002
    ENGINE: V12, 6 litre and 650 hp.
    TOP SPEED : 370 km/h - 230 mph
    ALSO: 6 speed sequential "F1" gearbox. Alloy and carbon fiber chassis
    COLOUR: Red
    LIST PRICE: 585,000 euros
    ORDER PRICE: 685,000 euros (contract)
    SECURE ORDER: 785,000 euros (with escrow deposit & letter of credit payment at delivery)

    NOTE FROM HOMERO
    Only 349 “Enzo Ferrari” will be produced for costumers (the #350 will go directly to Ferrari Museum). Ferrari SpA already informed that all of them are sold since January 2002. Is CarClassic a reseller? They are speculating with the car? How much money they expect to earn with this business? If I were you, “Ferrari-Enzo-anxious-buyer”, I will go to Maranello and ask for the car in the new Ferrari Factory Showroom (pictures). A very exciting experience by itself.
     
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    hey thanx man thats kool how your doin this for the rest of us oh you know your girlfriend sounds asian for her name anyways thanks man for the great pics
     
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    <b>hey thanx man thats kool how your doin this for the rest of us oh you know your girlfriend sounds asian for her name anyways thanks man for the great pics</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->

    Yes, Suchi is a japanese 27 year old woman. She lives in Tokyo and she sent me the pictures from Maranello, where she goes for hollydays.

    She is a Ferrari fan and she owns a 355 Spider (gift from her father). The picture was taken by me last january in a beach close to Tokyo.
     
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    WoW!!!

    You've done it again Homero, absolutely fantastic pictures. Those are by far the most beautiful pedals I've ever seen. Simply by glancing behind the pedals to the pedal mechanics, the racing technology and styling becomes instantly apparent.
    The steering wheel design is great, the F1 link is very obvious. The only niggle is the location of the paddle shifters, they are on the steering column as opposed to the wheel itself. I guess that's a compromise as the car is design for road use also, requiring far greater lock than an F1 car.
    The 'butterfly wing' doors are very similar to those of the Mclaren F1, as they open right from the undertray exposing the ground this is very nice.
    The undertray colour is black like in the original shots and the car has been raised again.

    The brochure stated "a car which can beat all 0-100 km/h acceleration figures and top speed records."
    does this mean beating previous Ferrari records or outright production car records?. Considering the design of the car 'seems' to focus on grip and handling, i.e more downforce + more drag, I can't see how it can beat the Mclaren F1 on top speed".

    Thanks again Homero And Suchi
    P.s Homero if you have any expanded images of the smaller shots, please post them.

    Thanks
    Blaze1




     
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    alrighty somethinsg fishy about those "real" pictures from "maranello" if thats a european car why is it a left hand drive ? left handr drive is only found in america because we are retarded!! so explian this one homero!! what u tryin to pull ?
     
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    AND it says in the caption the enzo will be unveiled at the paris auto show on september 26th
     
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    <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from carkid9</i>
    <b>alrighty somethinsg fishy about those "real" pictures from "maranello" if thats a european car why is it a left hand drive ? left handr drive is only found in america because we are retarded!! so explian this one homero!! what u tryin to pull ?</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->

    I don't know what you mean. Did you ever travel out the United States?

     
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    FERRARI ENZO:
    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS (*)

    DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS
    Length 4702 mm 185.12 in
    Width 2035 mm 80.12 in
    Height 1147 mm 45.16 in
    Wheelbase 2650 mm 104.33 in
    Front Track 1660 mm 65.35 in
    Rear Track 1650 mm 64.96 in
    Bridgestone tubeless radial tyres
    Front 245/35 ZR
    Rear 345/35 ZR
    Light alloy fuel tank 110 l 24.2 gal (29.06 US gal)
    Dry weight 1255 kg 2767 lb
    Kerb weight 1365 kg 3009 lb

    ENGINE
    Type 12 cylinders V 65°
    Bore and stroke 92x75.2 mm 3.62x2.96 in
    Unit displacement 499.8 cm3 30.5 cu in
    Total displacement 5998 cm3 366 cu in
    Compression ratio 11.2:1
    Max power 485 kW (660 bhp) at 7800 rpm
    Max torque 67 kgm (657 Nm) at 5500 rpm
    Four overhead camshafts
    Four valves per cylinder
    Injection/static electronic ignition Bosch Motronic ME7
    Weight of engine 225 kg 496 lb
    Oils Shell

    A project targeting excellence to which BREMBO, BRIDGESTONE, MAGNETI MARELLI and OMR have dedicated a major effort, with the invaluable cooperation of: BBS, Poggipolini, PPG, Scam, SKF, Sparco, TRW-Sabelt, Veca.

    *Source: Ferrari Media Centre
     
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    FERRARI ENZO vs. MCLAREN F1
    (FIRST MATCH)

    FERRARI ENZO
    Top Speed +350 Km/h
    0-100 km/h 3.65 s
    0-200 Km/h 9.5 s
    0-400 m 11.0 s
    0-1000 m 19.6 s

    MCLAREN F1
    Top Speed 371 km/h
    0-100 km/h 3.3 s
    0-200 Km/h ------
    0-400 m 11.1 s
    0-1000 m 19.6 s


    Ferrari Source: Ferrari Media Centre
    McLaren Source: Sport-Auto Magazine (7-1997)
     
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    <!-- QUOTE --><center><hr width="90%"></center><blockquote><i>Quote from Homero</i>
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    <b>hey thanx man thats kool how your doin this for the rest of us oh you know your girlfriend sounds asian for her name anyways thanks man for the great pics</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->

    Yes, Suchi is a japanese 27 year old woman. She lives in Tokyo and she sent me the pictures from Maranello, where she goes for hollydays.

    She is a Ferrari fan and she owns a 355 Spider (gift from her father). The picture was taken by me last january in a beach close to Tokyo.</b></blockquote><center><hr width="90%"></center><!-- END QUOTE -->

    Guess where I found that picture of your g/f on the F355. rev-mag.com! Isn't that amazing? Your g/f is being featured on a website like that, what an honor.<!-- Signature -->
     
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    (Maranelloboy: I love your ironic way of writing)

    FERRARI ENZO:
    THE CONCEPT AND THE STYLING (*)

    The concept of “extreme sports car”, the synthesis of the highest levels of technology and performance that Ferrari can offer its customers for use on the road, is epitomised by extraordinary models in the brand’s history.

    In recent years, these models, which represent the state of the art in engineering at the service of maximum performance, have been called the Ferrari GTO, F40 and F50.

    The common denominator of each was not only the uniqueness of their performance but also the exclusiveness that came from being built in a limited number.

    This is the context in which the “Enzo Ferrari” now appears in 2002, an expression of the concept of extreme sportiness, developed for road use but as a synthesis of the most advanced concepts of Formula 1 racing technology.

    Here the Enzo Ferrari enjoys a unique advantage, because it can benefit from an intense, continuous transfer of technology generated by the long list of Ferrari successes in Formula 1 over the years in which this car was being developed, culminating in three consecutive World Constructors’ Titles and two World Drivers’ Titles.

    Drawing on this enormous technological heritage, Ferrari set itself the goal of developing the “Enzo” as an integrated system in which even the limits of the performance achievable by the driver were enhanced thanks to a man-machine interface typical of Formula 1.

    The stylistic theme developed by Pininfarina was to design a car without compromises, which broke away from the approach used for the GTO, F40 and F50 that preceded it, to develop a new formal language that looked to the future.

    During the development of the project the engineers tried to create visual links with the world of Formula 1, to which the Enzo owes its technology, as well as compactness and lightness, by eliminating the imposing aerodynamic appendices that were a feature of previous cars.

    The result is a complex, sculpted form that can be interpreted in many different ways. The front, with its two air intakes for the radiators and a raised central part, is an interpretation of the Formula 1 nose. The light clusters, with their longitudinal bixenon modules, are highly distinctive.

    The side of the Enzo contrasts the shape of the wings, flush with the outer edge of the wheels, with a narrower, convex central part, which immediately recalls the F1 “belly”. The rear seems to be driven upwards by the large aerodynamic slides which link up with the underbody. The drop-shaped roof is very compact and tapered towards the rear, respecting the rules of aerodynamic optimisation.

    The absence of the rear wing makes the car compact.

    The gullwing doors are hinged to the roof and the mudguard, like famous Ferrari racing cars–the 512 M to name just one. This system was chosen for ergonomic reasons: the longitudinal lifts up to allow the driver to approach the seat, and part of the roof lifts up allowing access to the car even from above. Door opening and closing is assisted by gas struts.

    More in general, the use of advanced composite materials for the bodywork, with parts made of sandwich panels of carbon fibre and aluminium honeycomb, made it possible to keep the weight of the bodyshell to a minimum, and allowed the forms to be sculpted, creating a perfect synthesis between technology and styling.

    The “pure and hard” spirit of the car, the limited space and the target of lightness suggested an extremely functional style for the interior. All the main surfaces are in visible carbon fibre. The functional elements, clearly identifiable because they are isolated and “bare”, are hooked onto a structural aluminium crossbeam.

    A number of vehicle controls are grouped together on the steering wheel, a feature borrowed from Formula 1 which concentrates as many controls as possible on the wheel. The carbon fibre “racing” seats are extremely anatomical and supportive.

    In brief, the new Enzo inaugurates a new generation for Ferrari cars even where the styling of the interior is concerned: the so-called man-machine interface acquires greater effectiveness, which means putting the driver in the best possible condition to exploit the car’s extreme performance.

    *Source: Ferrari Media Centre

    (...and a new picture...)
     
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    (Maranelloboy: I love your ironic way of writing)

    FERRARI ENZO:
    THE CONCEPT AND THE STYLING (*)

    The concept of “extreme sports car”, the synthesis of the highest levels of technology and performance that Ferrari can offer its customers for use on the road, is epitomised by extraordinary models in the brand’s history.

    In recent years, these models, which represent the state of the art in engineering at the service of maximum performance, have been called the Ferrari GTO, F40 and F50.

    The common denominator of each was not only the uniqueness of their performance but also the exclusiveness that came from being built in a limited number.

    This is the context in which the “Enzo Ferrari” now appears in 2002, an expression of the concept of extreme sportiness, developed for road use but as a synthesis of the most advanced concepts of Formula 1 racing technology.

    Here the Enzo Ferrari enjoys a unique advantage, because it can benefit from an intense, continuous transfer of technology generated by the long list of Ferrari successes in Formula 1 over the years in which this car was being developed, culminating in three consecutive World Constructors’ Titles and two World Drivers’ Titles.

    Drawing on this enormous technological heritage, Ferrari set itself the goal of developing the “Enzo” as an integrated system in which even the limits of the performance achievable by the driver were enhanced thanks to a man-machine interface typical of Formula 1.

    The stylistic theme developed by Pininfarina was to design a car without compromises, which broke away from the approach used for the GTO, F40 and F50 that preceded it, to develop a new formal language that looked to the future.

    During the development of the project the engineers tried to create visual links with the world of Formula 1, to which the Enzo owes its technology, as well as compactness and lightness, by eliminating the imposing aerodynamic appendices that were a feature of previous cars.

    The result is a complex, sculpted form that can be interpreted in many different ways. The front, with its two air intakes for the radiators and a raised central part, is an interpretation of the Formula 1 nose. The light clusters, with their longitudinal bixenon modules, are highly distinctive.

    The side of the Enzo contrasts the shape of the wings, flush with the outer edge of the wheels, with a narrower, convex central part, which immediately recalls the F1 “belly”. The rear seems to be driven upwards by the large aerodynamic slides which link up with the underbody. The drop-shaped roof is very compact and tapered towards the rear, respecting the rules of aerodynamic optimisation.

    The ABSENCE OF THE REAR WING makes the car compact.

    The gullwing doors are hinged to the roof and the mudguard, like famous Ferrari racing cars–the 512 M to name just one. This system was chosen for ergonomic reasons: the longitudinal lifts up to allow the driver to approach the seat, and part of the roof lifts up allowing access to the car even from above. Door opening and closing is assisted by gas struts.

    More in general, the use of advanced composite materials for the bodywork, with parts made of sandwich panels of carbon fibre and aluminium honeycomb, made it possible to keep the weight of the bodyshell to a minimum, and allowed the forms to be sculpted, creating a perfect synthesis between technology and styling.

    The “pure and hard” spirit of the car, the limited space and the target of lightness suggested an extremely functional style for the interior. All the main surfaces are in visible carbon fibre. The functional elements, clearly identifiable because they are isolated and “bare”, are hooked onto a structural aluminium crossbeam.

    A number of vehicle controls are grouped together on the steering wheel, a feature borrowed from Formula 1 which concentrates as many controls as possible on the wheel. The carbon fibre “racing” seats are extremely anatomical and supportive.

    In brief, the new Enzo inaugurates a new generation for Ferrari cars even where the styling of the interior is concerned: the so-called man-machine interface acquires greater effectiveness, which means putting the driver in the best possible condition to exploit the car’s extreme performance.

    *Source: Ferrari Media Centre

    (...and two new pictures about this matter...)
     
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    ye
     
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    yo
     

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