The Ferrari Enzo. Need we say more?
Perhaps. Recently Jay Leno had the privilege of driving a 2003 Ferrari Enzo, with its 660-horsepower V12 mated to an F1 transmission. At only 3,000-pounds, thanks to a carbon fiber body and chassis, the Enzo is capable of sprinting to 60 in just 3.14 seconds, an astonishing figure when you consider the age of the car.
We were glad to hear that the owner of the car, David Lee, drives it and intends to continue doing so. With 5,500 miles on the clock, it’s most likely the highest mileage Ferrari Enzo. Lee isn’t afraid of hindering the car’s value, and to be frank, we don’t think the miles will be too detrimental, as this rebuilt Enzo sold for $1.75 million USD after being split in two.
But enough from us, go on and hit play to get the rest of the Enzo history lesson from Mr. Leno and Mr. Lee, and get a sense of what it’s like to be behind the wheel of one of the most highly regarded vehicles in automotive history.